Traveler LOVE. | Skillshare Projects

Pam Bond

GIS Analyst



Traveler LOVE.

Just looked at my project and nothing saved in the "Project Workspace"!  



Just following along with the videos at this point!  This cooking up a great application idea!

UPDATE: 3/26/2013

I have finally decided on a project!  It is going to be called Traveler LOVE.  Ideally, travelers would be able to upload pictures of their favorite places, tell us where the picture was taken, and why they LOVED it!  It would be great if different users could add photos from the same place and REALLY great if there was an interactive map that showed the locations that had pictures associated with it.  I don't know if we will get that far in this class but a girl can dream!  I am a GIS Analyst by day so having a map integrated into this web application is near essential.

I have committed all changes through the "Add Associations between Pins and Users" video.

UPDATE: 4/2/2013

I have finished up all of this weeks videos but unfortunately, I have some sort of an error that is not allowing my heroku webpage to work properly...well, at all.  I have posted a question on the discussion board and am optimistic someone will help me out.

Otherwise, things are going great!  I have started doing a little bit of customizing to the different pages to really make it my own, like changing headers & footers, verbage on the about page, etc.  Really starting to get fun.

Hopefully I can solve my heroku problem soon and keep pushing forward!

UPDATE: 4/8/2013

I have finished all of the videos!  Most of it seems to be working.  There is still some sort of error associated with user_id, even after I changed it to integer in the migration file and ran rake db:migrate & heroku run rake db:migrate: 

ActionView::Template::Error (PG::Error: ERROR: operator does not exist: character varying = integer)

LINE 1: ...ECT "pins".* FROM "pins" WHERE "pins"."user_id" = 1 AND "p...2013-04-09T05:56:47.570288+00:00 app[web.1]: HINT: No operator matches the given name and argument type(s). You might need to add explicit type casts. 2013-04-09T05:56:47.570288+00:00 app[web.1]: : SELECT "pins".* FROM "pins" WHERE "pins"."user_id" = 1 AND "pins"."id" = $1 LIMIT 1):2013-04-09T05:56:47.568975+00:00 app[web.1]: Completed 500 Internal Server Error

My localhost:3000 application is running perfectly!  So bummed I cannot get it all up and running properly on heroku!

Thanks for the intro to Ruby on Rails Mattan!


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