That's a very nice jquery plugin, unfortunately you are unlikely to find anything more than what is already on that page you linked to.
The page is clearly intimidating to a rails new be.
I think what you have to do is to create a new rails application using this command:
rails new calendar -m https://github.com/lleger/Rails-3-jQuery/raw/master/jquery.rb
Assume you were in the directory /home/richlewis14 when you issued that command, so now you'd have a new directory
That directory contains a rails application that uses that plugin, but before that new rails app will run, you have to get the actual plugin, by issuing this command
That will download the plugin into some directory on your computer, let's assume it downloaded into
And you unzip the file and the actual plugin code ends up in
the next set of instructions tell you how to move the plugin code into into /home/richlewis14/calendar
mv /home/richlewis14/downloads/fullcalendar-1.5/demos /home/richlewis14/calendar/public/
mv /home/richlewis14/downloads/fullcalendar-1.5/fullcalendar/*.css /home/richlewis14/calendar/public/stylesheets/
See if you can get that far, and I'l help with the next set of instructions regarding jquert.REST plugin
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