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1.Project title : The name of this project is Restaurant. This project lets a user or an admin to sign-up and log-in. After logged in, a user can make a booking on a particular date at a fixed time by selecting an existing cafe in the system. An admin can also log into the system and view the existing cafes. Adding or deleting a cafe or a food item option is available to the admin.
2.Motivation : This project was created to provide a platform which will allow both user and admin to perform any task on a common platform. Instead of creating two separate application for both, I decided to build something that would connect the both classes.
3.Tech/framework used Built with 1.Ruby on Rails 2.HTML 3.CSS 4.SQL
Features --A user can sign-up. --A user can log-in. --A user can make a booking. --Display details of the booking for a particular user. --Display a single booking of a user. --Update a booking for a particular user. --Delete a booking for a particular user. --An admin can sign-up. --An admin can log-in. --Display details of the cafe for a particular admin. --Display a single cafe. --Update a cafe for a particular admin. --Delete a cafe for a particular admin. --Display details of the food for a particular admin. --Display a single food item. --Update a food for a particular admin. --Delete a food for a particular admin.
Code Example For this project, activerecord, sqlite3, rake, bcrypt, omniauth-github, omniauth, dotenv-rails, omniauth-facebook, thin gems were used.
Code Snippet :
def login @user = User.new end
def signin @user = User.find_by(email: params[:user][:email]) if @user && @user.authenticate(params[:user][:password]) session[:user_id] = @user.id redirect_to user_profile_path else redirect_to user_login_path end end
def new if is_logged_in? @user = current_user @booking = @user.bookings.build else redirect_to user_login_path end end
def create @user = current_user @booking = Booking.new(booking_params) if @booking.save redirect_to user_booking_path(@user, @booking) else render :new end end
Installation -- https://github.com/nabilhayet/Restaurant.git
Reference -- https://learn.co/tracks/online-software-engineering-structured/rails/crud-with-rails/rails-generators -- https://learn.co/tracks/online-software-engineering-structured/rails/validations-and-forms/validations-with-form_for -- https://learn.co/tracks/online-software-engineering-structured/rails/associations-and-rails/basic-nested-forms-lab -- https://learn.co/tracks/online-software-engineering-structured/rails/routes-and-resources/routing-and-nested-resources -- https://learn.co/tracks/online-software-engineering-structured/rails/auth/sessions-controller.
Tests -- Type 'rails s' -- To sign-up as user click on User link. -- To sign-up as an admin click on Admin link. -- To go to the index view of all the bookings from profile page of a user click on 'view all bookings'. -- To update a booking click on 'update' in the index view of all the bookings. -- To delete any particular booking click on 'delete' in the index view of all the bookings.