So what’s it do? Let’s let a screenshot do the talking:
Yep. Super simple access to view, edit and search all of the models in your Rails 3 application. It’s incredibly easy to install, put this in your Gemfile:
gem 'devise' # Devise must be required before RailsAdmin gem 'rails_admin', :git => 'git://github.com/sferik/rails_admin.git'
and then run this:
$ bundle install $ rails generate rails_admin:install_admin
http://localhost:3000/admin will take you to the panel, after you
rails server, of course. RailsAdmin uses the standard ‘config method that takes a block’ pattern to configure itself.
RailsAdmin.config do |config| config.model Team do list do field :name field :created_at end end end
There are approximately 1 zillion options, too. You can check them all out in the project’s README file.