Set terminal title in Ubuntu 16

Create a function in ~/.bashrc:

function set-title() {
if [[ -z “$ORIG” ]]; then
ORIG=$PS1
fi
TITLE=”\[\e]2;$*\a\]”
PS1=${ORIG}${TITLE}
}

Use below command to set the terminal title.

set-title name

Example :

  1. set-title Gurudath
  2. set-title Gurudath Workplace

Reference link: https://askubuntu.com/questions/774532/how-to-change-terminal-title-in-ubuntu-16-04

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Google Recaptcha With Ruby On Rails Integration.

Google Recaptcha With Ruby On Rails Integration
Google Recaptcha With Ruby On Rails Integration

Google Recaptcha With Ruby On Rails Integration.

Google Recaptcha protects the websites you love from spam and abuse.


Below the steps to be followed to develop a sample ROR application with Google Recaptcha:-


Step 1. Create a Ruby on Rails application:-

a)Open a terminal, navigate to a directory where you have rights to create application and type:
rails new recap

b)After you create the application, switch to its folder:
cd recap

c)Type and run bundle install:
bundle install


Step 2. Create models, views, and controllers:-

a)For this application we will generate a scaffold, which is a starter template provided by Rails that bundles a model, a controller, and the relevant views for our application:
rails generate scaffold User name:string

b)After generating the scaffold we need to create the actual User table in our development database so we need to run migration:
rake db:migrate

c)To start the application run below command and open browser and type http://localhost:3000/users
rails s

d)Configure application with nginx or apache with application url eg:gurudathcap.com

(For configuration settings please see the reference url at the botton of the post.)


Step 3. Integrating Google Recaptcha With Ruby On Rails:-

  a)Please login to Google Recaptcha website to register ur domain to get access.(https://www.google.com/recaptcha/intro/index.html)

  b)Please login and register your site , with the details as shown in below form.

register ur domain to get access

register ur domain to get access

  c)After registeration google provide the

  • Script tag place this snippet before the closing </head> tag on your HTML template.
  • div place this snippet at the end of the <form> where you want the reCAPTCHA widget to appear
registeration google provide

registeration google provide

  d)Once the above steps are done, we can see the recaptcha in the site.

  f)For the server side validation we can use the secret key and the response which is going to be sent as parameters to the form submit action in the controller.

  g)To check whether Google has verified that user, send a GET request with these parameters:URL: https://www.google.com/recaptcha/api/siteverify


Step 4. Application Code change for server side validation.

helper to request google and get the status

helper to request google and get the status

   a)We will write a helper to request google and get the status:-

        def verify_google_recptcha(secret_key,response)
status = `curl “https://www.google.com/recaptcha/api/siteverify? secret=#{secret_key}&response=#{response}”` 
hash = JSON.parse(status)
hash[“success”] == true ? true : false
end

    b)Now we can use this helper the controller to verify status:-

       status = verify_google_recptcha(SECRET_KEY,params[‘g-recaptcha-response’])

where status going to be true or false. If false we will render the form page again for resubmit else we will accept the form.


OUTPUT SLIDES:-

STEP1

STEP1


SETP 2

SETP 2


STEP 3

STEP 3


STEP 4

STEP 4


NOTE :-

To configure application with nginx or apache reference url:-

http://nathanhoad.net/how-to-ruby-on-rails-ubuntu-apache-with-passenger

http://www.rabblemedia.net/installing-rvm-ruby-on-rails-and-passenger-on-ubuntu.html

https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-install-rails-and-nginx-with-passenger-on-ubuntu


Now the google recaptcha protects your websites from spam and abuse. We will update with more information with upcoming days.

Regards

Gurudath BN