Using a driver scaffold

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Re: Using a driver scaffold

Posted 19 April 2018 - 11:44 PM

Sorry for the delay in my response. I figured out my error. I hadn't declared the use of the gem so I was getting the error. Further more I realized that the gem itself is complete yet. So I am at the point now where I can't go any further. With that being said does anyone know of a tutorial or an example of a tournament done with Ruby on Rails. Perferably something like an elimination bracket or anything close to that besides a round robin as I already got that working.
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Re: Using a driver scaffold

Posted 20 April 2018 - 10:43 AM

Try this? https://github.com/s...obin_tournament or https://dev.mikamai....nament-in-ruby/

I literally just googled 'round robin tournament ruby on rails', those were the first 2 results, but I didn't look into them.
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Re: Using a driver scaffold

Posted 24 April 2018 - 04:24 PM

Thanks for the information. However, I don't think you read my message correctly lol. I am looking for other types of tournaments besides round robin as I already got that working.

Something like this
https://github.com/jon-engelbert/tournament-rails
but with a tutorial or an explanation on how to get it working.
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