Community contributed recipes and techniques
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Community contributed recipes and techniques for the Sinatra Web Framework.
Quite simply, the Sinatra README and Book have become long in the tooth.
This project is to extract any redundant and overlap between the two sources, and create a home for user contributed recipes and documentation to take form.
Got a recipe or tutorial for Sinatra? Awesome, this is the first place you should go if you're looking to contribute.
Don't have any ideas? Check out the existing issue tracker for recipes that have been requested or are in progress.
To get started you should clone the repository from GitHub:
git clone git://github.com/sinatra/sinatra-recipes.git
Now once you
sinatra-recipesyou should see a few things.
First you should take note of the application files:
app.rb # a tiny application for displaying the contributed recipes config.ru # rackup file for deploying to heroku Gemfile # dependencies file for bundler to run the app
If you want to run the application yourself first you need the
gem install bundler
If you are on Rubinius make sure that you have the latest bundler version installed. Versions prior to 1.0.10 won't work.
# then install the application dependencies bundle install
Once that is complete, you should only need to run
rackupin the application root and visit: localhost:9292
Since the application just maps the flat files, you can browse either the source or the web app to view recipes.
If you check out the source you will see a few folders listed, in each folder there is a
README.mdthat will briefly explain the topic. This can also be view by going to
topicis the folder you wish to view.
In each folder there should be a number of recipes pertaining to each topic.
Currently we're not supporting translations in the main repository.
However, if you'd like to maintain a fork for translating the docs then feel free to do so, and add your fork to the list of translations in the wiki.