When I started using Rails, I heard a lot about all the different components that you should have to enhance rails like RVM, RSpec, Guard, Git and many others. Unfortunately, I could never find a tutorial that put it all together from start to finish in setting up a project in Rails. Since then, I’ve [...]
读者 (DuZhe) has reached a point where it is fairly usable, but it’s probably a bit difficult to use without a decent guide so I am writing a guide to help the early adapters. The analyzer comes with 3 basic options for text analysis: Read, Analyze, and Segment.
Let’s get started by inserting some Chinese [...]
I took a bit longer than I initially thought to refactor the back-end code of DuZhe, but I took that opportunity to update some of the front-end as well. Alpha 1 release had significant issues on the front-end, but I think I knocked a lot of them out. I plan to write a quick Getting [...]
After coding some of the UI for the reader, I decided to streamline some of the features for the alpha release and move them down the road to future alpha iteration. As such, earlier today I pushed version 0.1 to the server. A key feature that is missing at the moment is editing bad dictionary [...]
I haven’t had a chance to update the blog as much as I’d like to in the past couple of weeks. Lack of updates gave me some extra time to work on the 读者 (DuZhe) Text Analyzer, which is progressing very well. I have the reader working in a very rough form, but I still [...]
I rolled out a new update to the 读者 Text Analyzer. It’s not a major update, but it comes with some fixes to the user interface. I added a paginated table of all the words that the analyzer segments. The table is interactive so you can filter and sort it [...]
I have been developing DuZhe Text Analyzer using Ruby on Rails 3 (since it is my preferred method of developing backend for online applications) over the last month or so. Since this is longer than a 20-minute application, I decided to use a version control system, git. I intend to roll out features continuously so a [...]