Esteban Manchado Velázquez
Upgrade to Elixir 1.9.2 and Phoenix 1.4.10
These changes are completely impossible to review, unfortunately. Too many changes.
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The idea is to create a simple application to maintain a “catalog” of items, divided in sections. Each item and section then has a cover image and a title, and items also have description and tags.
This application exports the result of the catalog to a directory containing a JSON file (describing the whole structure) and all the images, including thumbnails in the specified sizes.
Then, a front-end application can be written that reads the JSON file and shows the catalog without the need for a back-end. This second application is supposed to be custom. See eg. https://github.com/emanchado/rpg-catalog.
cp config/dev.sample.exs config/dev.exs
mix ecto.create && mix ecto.migrate
cd assets && npm install
Now you can visit
localhost:4000 from your browser.