delayed_job_admin: a simple admin interface for Delayed::Job

So, I just published my first Rails 3 gem engine: delayed_job_admin. Thanks very much to José Valim for his wonderful book and for enginex, which made creating this gem a breeze.

It’s a very simple (you might even say “unfinished”) admin interface for Delayed::Job.

Here’s a screenshot:

Right now, it only lets you view jobs in your work queue. If/when I have the need for more features, I’ll definitely add them into the gem. However, if you find that you like this interface and wish it did a bit more, please don’t hesitate to fork and the gem and send me a pull request!

Thanks to CaptainU for letting me open-source this little bit of code. If you’re looking for a gig working with Ruby, look no further – I hear they’re hiring now. Drop them a line and maybe we can hack on something together soon 🙂


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Trevor Turk

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3 thoughts on “delayed_job_admin: a simple admin interface for Delayed::Job”

  1. great job man! One day I'd love to see something like the resque admin panel in DJ 🙂

    If I make a wish, it would be really useful a graph, showing how many are failed, running, etc…

    It would be also nice to have some kind of historic data and alerts, but that would be kinda complex I think

    Great job btw, I'll surely use it in my future project!

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