Rails Post, Purchase, Wishlist, Search coding.

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I am new to Rails and need help creating a basic function of my rails app. So far I have the ability for users to create posts swell as sign up with Devise however I am struggling when it comes to making the functions that are about handling and sorting purchases as well as some Post functionality with search and wishlisting .

I need functions that:


Based on a SubCategory selected in the Post form:

- A checkbox drops down with AJAX/PJAX/Turbolinks/jQuery (some categories have quantities in

posts that users buy and stock runs out, others are an infinite quantity/service. These values are

then saved into the database, SubCategory Posts where there is not a quantity should still save

and so should SubCategory Posts where there is a quantity.

- Based on the SubCategory there should be the Post option for fixed or hourly payments, for Posts

with quantities such as 'Golf Club Amount' there will be a fixed price however if it is a service

SubCategory such as "Golf Swing Lessons" there will be the option for the User to choose if it is a

fixed price or an hourly rate.

PayPal integration with correct pricing for Posts so that it works seamlessly with PayPal OneTouch:

- When purchase is complete with PayPal the user is sent to the "order screen" where the user and

seller can communicate (I will code the messages in so don't worry, just needed to explain why).

- This order screen can be accessed within the user dashboard (you will need to make a minimal

one it can even be on the homescreen, i will code around it later but i need your code on how to do

the basics).

- Within this order screen for services that are "hourly" payments there should be a timer that

counts down from 60 minutes to 0 minutes. In order for this timer to stop there has to be a

"double-authentication" where both the seller and the buyer agree to stop it and pause the timer.

Similarly there should be a "Continue with this seller" button where the user can buy more time

with the seller for the value of the hourly rate.

[url removed, login to view] element:

- In the users who have posted the item for sale's dashboard 'i.e "MyPosts etc"' (you will need to

make a minimal one that I can re-adjust to work) there should be the ability for the user to

schedule 'sessions' which are a time and date for Post types that are 'service' see point #1.

- These sessions will appear on the [url removed, login to view] action (you don't need to code them in to the

[url removed, login to view], just make the sessions work and I will sort it out later).


- Implement a basic search to help me find Posts by typing in a value e.g "Golf shoes" and it returns

all Posts containing "Golf Shoes" favouring Posts with "Golf shoes" in the title over just Posts with

"Golf Shoes" in the description.


- Users should be able to add items to a "Wishlist" where they can click in the navbar and there will be a javascript dropdown with the details of their wishlist in basic e.g 5 items then a "see all" where it takes them to a [url removed, login to view] action and shows them all the items in their wishlist and can buy individually when ready, if a Post is deleted it will automatically remove from wishlist. Users can also add SubCategory or specific item titles to their wishlist e.g "Add Golf Swing Lessons" to wishlist where they can click on and then see all of the "Gold Swing Lessons", similarly if the user sees a specific Post they want they can add the title to their wishlist which they can click on and view all posts with that specific title or description.

This HAS to be coded in Ruby on Rails, I will give you the source code so far which contains Posting, Categories, SubCategories and Devise Users.

Link Github or I won't reply.

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