The Roadmap describes the upcoming features in RailsBricks that are currently worked on. If you have any suggestion or would like to participate, get in touch!
The new application wizard rbricks --new sets up and configures common functionalities in a Rails app. RailsBricks should include generators for functionalities (or 'bricks') that could be optionally added at a later stage with the --add [brick-name] option. For example, adding Google Analytics to a Rails 4 app (including the turbolinks workaround) would be done like this:
rbricks -a google-analytics
Bricks being worked on are:
RailsBricks has been updated and is now at version 2.0.5. The update includes:
Thanks to Luca G. Soave (Github) for taking care of this update.
RailsBricks has been updated to use Rails version 4.0.3 when creating a new app. Current RailsBricks version is 2.0.3.
To update RailsBricks to the latest version, just issue
gem update railsbricks in your terminal.
It's finally ready. Version 2.0.0 of RailsBricks is out. If you were using v1, please note that you first need to uninstall it before installing v2.
No need to
git clone inside your
user directory anymore. RailsBricks is now 100% made of Ruby code and available through
gem install railsbricks. The source is still available on Github if you feel like contributing.
Now, the next step for RailsBricks will be the inclusion of a plug-ins system. I started working on it already and will talk more about it soon. Stay tuned!
Few days ago, I announced on my personal blog that I am currently working on RailsBricks 2.
In the past couple of days, I received tons of feedback. Based on that (and my own requirements), I updated the Roadmap. List of features needed to be developed are never set in stone in software development but I think that now, the Roadmap offers quite enough useful additions to keep me busy a little while.
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