1) Request an invite by signing up at https://dash.fiveruns.com
2) Log into Dash, create a new Rails application and note your application token.
3) Install the gem:
sudo gem install json sudo gem install fiveruns-dash-rails -s http://gems.github.com
4) Add the gem to your
Rails::Initializer.run do |config| config.gem 'json' # needed because of a bug in json_pure config.gem 'fiveruns-dash-rails', :lib => 'fiveruns_dash_rails', :source => 'http://gems.github.com'
5) Add the initializer file
config/initializers/dash.rb to start Dash:
if defined?(Fiveruns::Dash) Fiveruns::Dash::Rails.start(:production => 'YOUR-APP-TOKEN-HERE') end
This will start Dash in the production environment. We don't recommend using Dash in development mode. If you have a staging environment, you can create a separate app for that environment and combine the two like so:
if defined?(Fiveruns::Dash) Fiveruns::Dash::Rails.start(:production => 'PROD-TOKEN', :staging => 'STAGE-TOKEN') end
Email me if you have problems -- I'm happy to help people give Dash a test drive. Dash is 100% free right now until we've worked out pricing models but rest assured there will always be a free tier so you don't have to worry about your app costing you money in the future. I hope your Dash test drive is full of rimshots with no sad trombones!comments powered by Disqus