CocktailBook is a small Ruby on Rails application that I developed in two days as my first project in Le Wagon’s bootcamp. The goal was to design, implement and ship an app from start to end.
I learned how to …
- create an app with three data models (cocktails, doses, ingredients).
- implement routes, controller actions and views for the relevant CRUD actions.
- use a REST API for seeding some data into the database.
- deploy to Heroku.
- implement a simple search functionality.
… by implementing following user stories
As a user I can …
- view all cocktails in an overview
- search for a cocktail
- add a cocktail (name, doses, instruction, photo url)
- edit or delete the doses (how much of an ingredient) of a cocktail
It is a very simple app. The goal was to practice the MVC pattern with its CRUD actions in a Ruby on Rails application.
I’d improve the design. Also, to make it a „valid“ app, I would implement user authentication to enable following features:
As a signed in user I can…
- edit only cocktails that I have created
- delete a cocktail
- star a cocktail on a favorites list
- rate a cocktail that hasn’t been created by me