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    Meredith Taylor-Tanaka
    @mlttanaka
    hi hi
    Yao Li
    @yao23
    Hi
    Laura J. Unterguggenberger
    @lauraeci
    git clone git@github.com:lauraeci/PickMyRide.git
    lilyxliu
    @lilyxliu
    Edmunds
    username: pickmyride
    pw: paynearme326
    api Key: 3chtf5zzrkf82xubzv9t2wcn
    Laura J. Unterguggenberger
    @lauraeci
    origin git@github.com:lauraeci/PickMyRide.git
    Laura J. Unterguggenberger
    @lauraeci
    /usr/local/pgsql/bin/pg_ctl -D /usr/local/pgsql/data -l logfile start
    Meredith Taylor-Tanaka
    @mlttanaka
    createuser -s -r rubyhacknight
    db:create:all
    db:migrate
    oops
    I meant... rake db:create:all
    and... rake db:migrate
    Meredith Taylor-Tanaka
    @mlttanaka
    if you want to want to push to Heroku, type your email here so I can add you as a contributor.
    pmkwan
    @pmkwan
    Meredith Taylor-Tanaka
    @mlttanaka
    lilyxliu
    @lilyxliu
    Meredith Taylor-Tanaka
    @mlttanaka
    Meredith Taylor-Tanaka
    @mlttanaka
    There's a hack night at Mixbook next week. With any luck, we can meet up and work on this project some more: http://www.meetup.com/rubymeetup/events/174037822/
    Yao Li
    @yao23
    Cool!
    Laura J. Unterguggenberger
    @lauraeci
    I'm down to do the MixBook hack night, signed up! :)
    Yao Li
    @yao23
    Already signed, see you on MixBook hack night
    Laura J. Unterguggenberger
    @lauraeci
    Some references I found on tools we want to use. If anyone has others, feel free to share.
    Code school has en episode on ember, if you want to give it a trial run, they have a two day hall pass to try it out for free otherwise its a monthly fee.
    Laura J. Unterguggenberger
    @lauraeci
    ActiveResource was removed from Rails 4 and is now a separate gem, it looks cool because we can hide the details of the request and access our api similarly to how we use ActiveRecord.
    Laura J. Unterguggenberger
    @lauraeci
    Meredith Taylor-Tanaka
    @mlttanaka
    I went through the first level of codeschool for Ember tonight, and it finally dawned me that Ember is a full-fledged MVC framework for JS. I was not aware of this before as I've never really spent any time with it. As such, I'm wondering just how deep I want to wade into learning a JavaScript framework for a Ruby on Rails project. And I'm a bit confused at the moment... Are we just going to use Rails for the API?
    Laura J. Unterguggenberger
    @lauraeci
    I was thinking of Using ActiveResource to get data from the Edmunds API and Ember for the responsive aspect. We don't have to use all of Ember, but in my experience it is very common for Rails shops to use a JavaScript framework like Ember, Backbone, or Angular. In my current job we use Angular, so its a good thing to know how it works with a Rails project. I think all the Business logic should be done in Rails not JavaScript, so authenticating a user, storing user choices, and the logic to decide what car to pick, whether its AHP or other. Does that sound good to you? I can work on the Ember part unless other people are interested since I want to get better at that.