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Description

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Did you ever deploy your Rails app, waiting endless minutes for the specs to run, assets to precompile, unicorns to restart, only to find that you forgot to check for a nil somewhere?

Well, fear not, for we've got a solution for you: HotFix! This application allows you to quickly patch up that nasty typo that crawled into your code, and restart your server, saving you precious re-deploy time.

Please feel free to use HotFix (http://binarycode.r13.railsrumble.com) to play and modify the demo application at http://binarycode.r13.railsrumble.com:3000 (that one is not made by us, but by Ryan Bates), fixing and patching it on the fly!

Built By Team "binarycode"

Built With

Interested in seeing what was used to build this application? Resources may include things like open source libraries, third party APIs, and icons.

Here is what we have used:

*Rails stack*
rails
slim
simple_form
sqlite3
net-ssh
net-sftp
diffy
codemirror.js
sass
coffee
capistrano
better_errors
unicorn

Demo application is https://github.com/railscasts...

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Here is what we have used:

*Rails stack*
rails
slim
simple_form
sqlite3
net-ssh
net-sftp
diffy
codemirror.js
sass
coffee
capistrano
better_errors
unicorn

Demo application is https://github.com/railscasts/393-guest-user-record built by Ryan Bates for his Railscasts.

Demo application is being run inside a Docker container.

We have used CSS buttons from http://hellohappy.org/css3-buttons/ by Chad Mazzola.

We have used icons from http://gentleface.com/free_icon_set.html by Gentleface

We have used the codemirror.js editor.

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