As I was planning, today is the day I announce Run-N-Share. It is my simple Ruby-On-Rails powered application. Using it You can store routes and share them with world. My first idea was related to jogging routes, but this is not limited to any particular type of routes.
Site is an beta stage (ugh are they some non beta sites nowadays?) – I wanted to be a half product (it has minimal set of features – storing routes, naming them, displaying and basic search), but to be realeased. Next features are currently implemented.
So check this site and tell me what You think: http://www.run-n-share.com/. Do You like it? Or does it sucks completely?
And now, what I have learned writing this application.
Doesn’t Joel say that writing and communicating is most important thing for a developer? I agree, ability to form clear sentences helps to sort own knowledge.
Oh, I’m going to sleep. I wonder if tomorrow this entry will still make sense for me ;-))
I have to apologize Debugbar developers for my statements about viewing HTML code. It shows both original HTML source code and current (AJAX’ed :) ). Simple, I’m not using DB at daily basis, so it’s UI is not so clear for me (I’m more used to text menus than icons). I didn’t notice View source icon, and I’ve used DOM Inspector. Sure View source allows to watch both original and current HTML code.