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
about 1 year 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?
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 ?
12 months ago
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