TinyMCE relies on aspell , so apt-get install aspell, or do whatever it takes on your platform to have that dependency installed.
Start the server
and go to http://localhost:3000/.
To sign in as the pre-configured admin user, (unless you've changed it) use
name: admin password: admin
You should change the admin user name and password after you log in.
Before you deploy to production, be sure to replace example values such as http://www.mydomain.com/ with your site information in the file:
For full security, change the REST_AUTH_SITE_KEY in
RSpec is a framework for creating specifications and testing a Rails web application.
You can run RSpec "stories" to see the specifications for the application's behavior. You can run RSpec "examples" to verify the application is behaving as intended at the object level.
You must prepare the test database before running RSpec:
$ rake db:test:prepare
which takes a schema dump from the development database and uses it to create a test database. (If you're modifying the app, you'll need to do that after every migration.)
Be sure that you've prepared the app to send email:
- set your gmail login and password in config/config.yml
- or modify config/initializers/mail.rb
or you will get many failures when you run RSpec.
To see the RSpec stories:
$ ruby stories/all.rb
To run the RSpec examples:
$ rake spec
When you run RSpec stories or examples, real email messages are sent. You may get "mail undelivered" bounce messages unless you change email addresses throughout the RSpec code. Search and replace for "rspectest.com" if the bounce messages irritate you.