Twitter share and facebook like button for haml-rails, html/erb

>Twitter share and facebook like button for html/erb<div class=’spread’>  <div class=’twshare left’>   <a href=”http://twitter.com/share&#8221; class=”twitter-share-button” data-count=”horizontal” data-via=”funonrails”>Tweet</a><script type=”text/javascript” src=”http://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js”></script&gt;  </div>  <script src=”http://connect.facebook.net/en_US/all.js#xfbml=1″></script><fb:like href=”” layout=”button_count” show_faces=”false” width=”450″ font=””></fb:like></div>Twitter share and facebook like button for haml.spread .twshare.left %a.twitter-share-button.left{“data-count” => “horizontal”, “data-via” => “fuonrails”, :href => “http://twitter.com/share&#8221;} Tweet %script{:src => “http://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js&#8221;, :type => “text/javascript”} .fshare.left{:style => ‘padding-left:Continue reading “Twitter share and facebook like button for haml-rails, html/erb”

Multiple Applications with Devise, Omniauth and Single Sign On

The best way to scale an application is to split the application business logic into different inter-communicable components. However, authenticating, authorizing and security raise concerns. OAuth comes to the rescue – and like a knight in shining armour – omniauth steals the show. Omniauth is an awesome gem that allows you to authenticate using Open-IdContinue reading “Multiple Applications with Devise, Omniauth and Single Sign On”