qBrick - The Ruby on Rails CMS you want
Formerly known as: Kuhsaft
qBrick is currently undergoing rapid changes as we are ramping up for our first official release under the new name. Until 2.5 is out, expect things to break.
qBrick started as a side project of the Screen Concept team as we got tired of fiddling with unusable content management systems. By following common rails practices and not being to opinionated, qBirck aims to be a plug and play CMS Engine that does not stand in your way or dictates how you have to build your Rails application, while still providing some sensible defaults and the basic functionality you would expect form a CMS system.
- A Rails 4 application
- An ActiveRecord compatible DB
Add it to your Gemfile:
gem 'qbrick', '2.5.0.pre'
Run the following command to install it:
Then install the assets and the migrations and run them:
rake qbrick:install:migrations rake db:migrate rake db:seed rails generate qbrick:assets:install
Load the Qbrick assets into your app, so you have working grids, widgets etc:
# application.css.sass @import 'qbrick/application'
# application.js.coffee //= require 'qbrick/application'
Also, you need to define the image sizes for the image brick or use the defaults:
# your_app/config/initializers/qbrick.rb Rails.application.config.to_prepare do ::.configure do config.image_sizes.build_defaults! # creates 960x540 and 320x180 sizes end end
If you would like to use the qBrick helpers in your app, include them in your application controller:
class ApplicationController < ActionController::Base helper ::.helpers end
Finally, mount the qBrick engine in your routes file:
mount :: => '/'
You can now access the qBrick interface by visiting
/cms in your
browser. By default, qBrick creates the first admin user with the
email@example.com and password:
change-me-soon!. Which you can
use to log in the first time.
Using and Customizing qBrick
See our wiki
Before reporiting a problem, please read how to File an issue.
See our roadmap
See the Contributing Guidelines
See the LICENSE file