Classy is a two-sided eLearning platform built with Ruby on Rails, similar to Udemy, that manages student course enrollments as well as instructor course creation.
Once a user creates an account they can either view and enroll in courses, or develop new courses as an instructor. Courses are split up into sections, each of which can hold multiple video lessons. Instructors set their own price for their courses and the application manages student payments for them using Stripe.
Nomster is a Ruby on Rails web application in the spirit of Yelp. Anyone can easily view all locations, reviews, ratings and images. In order to add new locations or post reviews, users must create an account. All users with accounts also have their own profile page showing their review stats.
Grammable is an Instagram clone application I built with Ruby on Rails. I implemented a Test Driven Development approach while building this app using RSpec and FactoryGirl, and wrote tests for all the core functionality. Tests can be viewed in source code on GitHub (using below link).
Splurty is web application developed using Ruby on Rails that randomly displays user submitted quotes. A user can easily add their own sayings to the page and see the product of their brilliance displayed for the world to see. Splurty was developed for the Firehose Project, which rocks!