Chris from GoRails just released madmin, and need testers

It's a great news, and a new baby in the admin space for Rails.

Currently I use administrate. I can't wait to test another possibility.


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  1. Hah! Thanks for sharing.

    This is heavily influenced by Administrate, so hopefully it’s familiar if you’ve used that before.

    A few of the reasons for building Madmin:

    * Works with Hotwire & Turbo or Turbolinks out of the box
    * Supports nested models and virtual attributes
    If you have ActionText or ActiveStorage installed, then we’ll detect the ActionText::RichText and ActiveStorage::Blob/Attachment models automatically.
    * Virtual attributes, ActionText fields, and all the base Rails functionality should work out of the box
    * Easily customizable to add your own JS / CSS, pages, etc
    * Regular updates and maintenance


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