Addressbook Webapp Has Been Released

Yay for me! I set a personal goal to have the code for all of my Rails apps on this site by the end of the year. Tonight, I can check that one off the list. The code for the Addressbook webapp is now available for download. Addressbook was not only my first Rails app, but also my first experience with Ajax. And trust me, it shows. I learned a lot from this project, especially what not to do. However, I must also say that I use Addressbook more than any other personal project I have ever completed. So, it can’t be that bad :) I love the fact that I can access my contact information from anywhere, and that I can manage groups of addresses and print mailing labels with the click of a button. Sure, the UI can be a bit unintuitive, but it’s not that big of an issue for me. There are a few more things I’d like to do with this project. We’ll see where it goes from here.

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