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Ticket-creation permission 8. Robert Cooper and Charles Collins. GTD semantics, including the Next Action concept and: The tag-creation feature. Table of Contents takes you straight to the book detailed table of contents. Integrating Rails validation with Flex 3 validation. Sending parameters for an asynchronous request.
Installing Rails. Viewing and creating purchases. Testing saves your bacon 2. Test-driven development basics 2. Writing your first test. Behavior-driven development basics 2. Introducing RSpec. Developing a real Rails application 3. First steps 3. The application story.
Version control 3. Getting started with GitHub. Application configuration 3. The Gemfile and generators. Beginning your first feature 3. Creating projects. Oh CRUD! Viewing projects 4. Introducing Factory Girl. Editing projects 4. The edit action. Visualizing the error. Handling the ActiveRecord:: RecordNotFound exception. Styling the application 4. Installing Bootstrap. Nested resources 5. Creating tickets 5. Nested routing helpers. Creating a tickets controller. Creating tickets in a project.
Finding tickets scoped by project. Viewing tickets 5. Listing tickets. Editing tickets 5. The ticket-editing spec. Authentication 6. Using Devise. Adding sign-in and sign-out 6. Adding sign-in. Linking tickets to users 6. Fixing the failing four features. Basic access control 7. Turning users into admins 7. Adding the admin field to the users table.
Creating the first admin user. Controllern namespacing 7. Generating a namespaced controller. Testing a namespaced controller. Moving functionality into the admin namespace. Hiding links 7. Hiding the "New Project" link. Namespace-based CRUD 7. The index action.
Preventing archived users from signing in. Fine-grained access control 8. Project-viewing permission 8. Assigning Roles in specs. Handling authorization errors. Project-updating permission 8. Testing the ProjectPolicy again. Hiding the "Edit Project" link. Ticket-viewing permission 8.
Refactoring policy specs. Ticket-creation permission 8. Ticket-updating permission 8. Implementing controller authorization.
Ensuring authorization for all actions. Assigning roles to users 8. Planning the permission screen with a feature spec.
Building a list of projects in a select box. Processing the submitted role data. File uploading 9.
Sending parameters for an asynchronous request. Tracking state Leaving a comment The comment form. Creating the State model. Setting a default state for a comment.
Seeding your app with states. Tracking changes Managing states Adding additional states. Setting a default state in seed states.
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