gem 'rails', '4.1.0'
gem 'sass-rails', '
gem 'uglifier', '>= 1.3.0'
gem 'coffee-rails', '> 4.0.0'
gem 'jbuilder', ' > 2.0'
gem 'sdoc', '> 0.4.0'
A frequent question that every man has asked or has been asked is “where can I take a girl to our first date?” When that issue has been addressed, the question of where to take the girl on the next date still lingers. Second Date seeks to make life easier by giving men an easy source of options without being overburdened with immense databases of restaurants.
The app uses Foursquare API and categorizes the venues into date 1-3 & Bad spots with the option for fellow peers to give feedback. The static googe map API was also utilitized
Going forward... Looking into modifying models to optimize performance and decrease the number of queries.
May 21, 2014 Published on Heroku
user should be able to log in user should be able to browse date spots according to date number user can view detailed information of a venue approval rating of categorization for each venue by percentage ex. date1 10% date2 10% date3 10% etc user can give an approval or downgrade for the venue user can post a short comment user can edit a short comment user can delete a comment
(the venues should be displaying in categories in which it has the highest approval rating for a %) (the venue can be removed if it has enough negative votes?)
Milestones May 16 Friday create rails project and create database+tables finalize decision on boolean for joiner columns or integer create basic routes connect to api begin create user/log in
May 17 Saturday having working HTTP requests on desired data from API start trying to seed tables create spot ratings
May 18 Sunday finish seeding tables finish categorizing by dates categorize spots by approval ratings on dates
May 19 Monday User CRUD on comments work on all edge cases and validation
May 20 Tuesday continue to validate work on unfinished stuff if finished attempt to parse through “tips” of the api for keywords refactor May 21 Wednesday CSS