GitHub User: kelleysislander
Hi Ryan, and thanks fpr the nice 'cast. As I used it everything went well..
But now, I am writing a server API call for the iPhone that will allow a user to log in via their email and password and return the auth_token, in the event that it gets "lost" (ie. new iPhone, app gets un-installed, etc) so that the app can store it in the device for authentication, where we normally pass
for all of the authentications on the calls we make
In rails remote API call:
user = User.where(:email => data['email'], :password =>
data['password']).firstuser = User.where(:email =>
data['email'], :password => data['password']).first
I need to "intercept" the Devise hidden controllers to be able to post the remote login call to my server and RETURN the authentication_token as the API response so that it can then be stored in the mobile device and used for subsequent
Does anybody have any ideas how I might do this?
Hi All, I cannot get my custom /lib/tasks/test.rake :greet task to run like in the railscast. From the app's root "/var/www/id360/", when I issue "rake greet" I get:
Don't know how to build task 'greet'
It seems that rake is not looking in /lib/tasks/ for my "test.rake".
How can I correct this?