In this project, I had to expand my rails app by adding dynamic features through jQuery and JSON API. As a recap, I created a rails app where each user has a calendar. The user can create event notifications, notify others and place the notification on their calendars. You can view the code for this project here and visit my deployed app.
For my Rails project, I created an app where each user has a calendar. A user can create event notifications such as dinners, appointments, meet ups, etc. The notification consists of an event title, note, date, start time, end time and location. A user has the ability to notify others and place the notification on their calendars. Only the creator can edit and delete the notification that will be updated to everyone the user notified. The person who has been notified is able to only remove the event from their own calendar.
I am up to the rails project and one of the requirements in the rails project is that our models must include, a
has_many and a
has_many :through. I feel that it would be helpful for me to go over the associations.
For my Sinatra project, I decided to create an app where the user can collect ideas, favorites and interests and put it onto boards. I started by writing a list of what I would need to create this app: