Copycopter Presentation by Joe Ferris at BostonRB

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  • Copycopter Presentation by Joe Ferris at BostonRB

    1. 1. Every app has copy.
    2. 2. <div id="letter"> <p><strong>Hi, were thoughtbot.</strong></p> <p>We created Trajectory to solve our own problems.</p> <p> <span id="with-love">Love</span>, Developers like you. </p></div>
    3. 3. “Hey, we have the final copy for the homepage.”
    4. 4. $ git commit -am “wip”$ git checkout master$ git pull$ vim app/views/homes/show.html.erb$ git commit -am “New homepage copy”$ bundle exec rake$ git push$ git log$ git push heroku master
    5. 5. “Hey, we have some changes for the homepage copy.”
    6. 6. We have a better idea.
    7. 7. $ gem install copycopter_client
    8. 8. CopycopterClient.configure do |config| config.api_key = magic api key numbersend
    9. 9. <div id="letter"> <p> <strong> <%= t(".greeting", :default => "Hi, were thoughtbot.") %> </strong> </p> <%= t(".letter", :default => "We created Trajectory to solve our own problems.") %> <p> <span id="with-love" class="with-love">Love</span>, <%= t(".signature", :default => "Developers like you") %> </p></div>
    10. 10. • Don’t worry about copy when developing• Edit without a deploy• Non-technical team members can edit• Automatic synchronization• Minimal performance impact• Standard Ruby API (Ruby/Rails I18n)

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