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What The Track

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Description

It's an ultrasimple "less-is-more" tracking application. You can only track one thing, using only natural numbers, one measurement per day. You get a nice report by email with some simple metrics.

For example:

* Calories consumed
* Rails Rumble entries reviewed
* Beers consumed
* Calories burned
* Pizzas eaten
* Bottles of Club Mate
* Deploys to production
* Cigarettes smoked
* Tweets written

It's simple so you don't give up tracking the thing you want to track, which is what happens 90% if there's some work to do.

More details can be seen at:
blog.whatthetrack.com

Built By Team "What the track!"

Built With

Interested in seeing what was used to build this application? Resources may include things like open source libraries, third party APIs, and icons.

For the application:

* rails
* validate_as_email
* whenever
* turbolinks
* activeadmin
* meta_search
* best_in_place

For development, deploying & testing:

* capistrano
* rspec-rails
* capybara
* email_spe...

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For the application:

* rails
* validate_as_email
* whenever
* turbolinks
* activeadmin
* meta_search
* best_in_place

For development, deploying & testing:

* capistrano
* rspec-rails
* capybara
* email_spec
* factory_girl
* delorean

We also used a button from http://hellohappy.org/css3-buttons/ and also a couple of funny animated gifs found in the web for the error pages ;)

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