Made a lil bb app last week to keep track of movies I've watched and movies I want to watch. Just something to practice Rails.
Here's a video of it: http://okgriffin.com/files/Watchlist.m4v
If you want to use it, feel free: http://watchlist.madenative.co (It will most likely be slow to access– it's on Heroku) Requires pretty modern webkit, works on iOS
10 months ago
I like it a lot. What's that icon at the top right, looks a little like an upside down key.
@Daryl Ginn Yep, it's logout (a key). It's a little ambiguous– when you click, it prompts an animation "Logout? Yes No"
Is this your first Rails project/app? Very impressive if so, impressive if not too ;) I am going to pick Rails back up so that I can execute on simple ideas like this. Kudos!
@John Peele Thanks– I've done a couple little things. Started a few months ago. Really like it.
Any chance that you're going to put the source up on Github? I'm trying to watch 100 movies this year and this seems like a good way of tracking it. Nice work!
Wow love this app. Looks really great. Where did you start off with learning Rails?
9 months ago
This looks sweet, nice work. I'd also be interested in seeing the source, especially for the Mac part.
This is what happens when designers start to code ;)
Looks awesome. How long did it take to build ?
7 months ago
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