Rails 3 engine that provides a Git backed CMS that allows for an admin to define editable regions in a page view.
We often have applications that need fairly basic CMS solutions but the client may not have someone on staff that knows HTML. We needed a CMS that wasn't bloated, lived as an engine, allowed us to regulate what parts of a page could be editable, and we wanted it to be Git backed so we could have version control over the edits. We also designed regulate to work with any authentication / authorization service.
How it works
Video coming soon!
Add regulate to your Rails 3 Gemfile
gem "regulate" bundle install
Install the initializer
rails g regulate:mount_up
You MUST edit the initializer located in
config/initializers/regulate.rb. Please read the comments located in the regulate initializer for details on configuring regulate to work with your authentication and authorization systems and for defining custom routes. NOTHING works until you do this!
rails g regulate:strap
strap generator will copy the following files into your Rails application like so.
Please report issues to the Regulate issue tracker.
- Fork it.
- Add tests for it.
- Make your changes.
- Send a pull request.
Thanks to mojombo for writing grit and gollum. We use grit to talk to Git and reading the source of gollum was a major help. Thanks to brennandunn for inspiring us with rack-cms. Thanks to josevalim for writing devise, it is an excellent example of a Rails 3 engine. Thanks to Nate Dogg and Warren G for insipiring the name.
Copyright (c) 2011 Quick Left. We regulate any stealing of his property (actually we don't it's MIT). See LICENSE for details.
Regulators we regulate any stealing of his property and we damn good too But you can't be any geek off the street, gotta be handy with the steel if you know what I mean, earn your keep!
REGULATORS!!! MOUNT UP!