Devise and Bootstrap Tutorials for Rails 4.2


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Tutorials for Devise and Bootstrap

Devise Quickstart Guide


  • generate a starter app with Devise and Bootstrap
  • Devise architecture and API
  • customized applications with Devise
  • tips and tricks for Devise
  • tests for Devise with RSpec
Bootstrap Quickstart Guide


  • installation of Bootstrap
  • the application layout
  • flash messages
  • navigation links
  • form helpers
Devise Bootstrap Example Application

Use as a starter app:

  • combines Devise with Bootstrap
  • attractive Devise views with Bootstrap
  • open source
  • clone from GitHub, or
  • generate with Rails Composer
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Rails 4.2 Examples

Our example applications show how to use Devise with the Bootstrap or Foundation front-end frameworks, the RSpec test framework, and Pundit for authorization. All are open source, thanks to support from our subscribers.


Use our Rails Composer tool to generate a Devise starter app with a choice of popular gems. Save time and effort when you start any project. Again, open source, thanks to our subscribers.

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