Administrate is a library for Rails apps that automatically generates admin dashboards. Administrate's admin dashboards give non-technical users clean interfaces that allow them to create, edit, search, and delete records for any model in the application.
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May 18, 2020

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gem 'administrate'

run 'bundle install'
run 'DISABLE_SPRING=true rails g administrate:install'
helper = <<-RUBY # Expose our application's helpers to Administrate config.to_prepare do Administrate::ApplicationController.helper #{Rails.application.class.module_parent_name.camelize}::Application.helpers end RUBY
environment helper + "\n" append_to_file "app/assets/config/manifest.js", "//= link administrate/application.css\n//= link administrate/application.js"
gsub_file 'app/controllers/admin/application_controller.rb', /# TODO Add authentication logic here\./, "redirect_to '/', alert: 'Not authorized.' unless user_signed_in? && current_user.admin?"

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  • moktardev
    dude add the ``` to your codeĀ 
    by moktardev at 7:02PM, 21 May 2020
  • Dave Kimura
    I've added a forced <pre> for any source codes which do not include it. This should help a bit, but in most cases, it is always ideal to sue the <> button to place your code in. This will pick up on the syntax highlighting and display it properly.
    by Dave Kimura at 8:16PM, 21 May 2020
  • drbragg
    Sorry about that... fixed
    by drbragg at 4:07PM, 23 May 2020