This tutorial will guide you through the simple process of installing PushType in to your Rails application.
PushType takes advantage of modern features of PostgreSQL, which in turn requires a recent version of Rails.
- Rails 4.2+
- PostgreSQL 9.4
Assuming you have a Rails app ready to go, add the following line to the
Then execute from the terminal:
Once bundler has done its thing, you’ll be able to use PushType’s Rails generators. Execute from the terminal:
rails g push_type:install
That will install a configuration file in
config/initializers, setup some rules is
config/routes.rb, and migrate your database.
Finally, from the terminal run this rake task to create a user with which you’ll be able to log in to PushType:
I’m guessing that didn’t even take five minutes, right?
At this point, you can fire up your application and start poking around in the admin UI:
However, you won’t be able to create any content yet. You need to start generating node types.