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Access Braintree Transactions and Customers
Provides ActiveModel compatible wrappers for Braintree models and more.
Artificial Neural Network library written in Ruby
Uses the MusicBrainz XML Web Service (version 2) to extract the releases for an artist and turns ...
Syntatic sugar for the raise method
A Cucumber options parser wrapper for Rake, because, cake was already taken!
Brakeman detects security vulnerabilities in Ruby on Rails applications via static analysis.
Brakeman detects security vulnerabilities in Ruby on Rails applications via static analysis. This...
TEST GEM, do not use! Random sentences from Bram Stoker's Dracula
Random sentences from Bram Stoker's Dracula
Helpers for syncing and finding assets accross multiple remotes
Middleman Adaptor for branchable_cdn_assets
Use Branch Raker to maintain a build history for each branch. Originally created for LaTeX projec...
An opinionated CoffeeScript framework for developing single page applications.
Rails support for Brancusi.js
brand2csv creates csv files for swiss brand registered in a specific time period.
The csv cont...
API to interact with BrandCAPTCHA
BrandEins gem offers a download command to download a specific or all volumes. Use `brandeins hel...
Please do not use this gem anymore since it was renamed to `brandeins`. Install the new gem via `...
Allows access to BrandMaker JobManager (DSE) and MediaPool APIs
Besides being a flexible responsive admin theme I hope for this to be a great learning resource f...
Simple Markov chain generator using Tokyo Cabinet
An agile user story tracker that generates gherkin files and step definitions for use with the cu...
Simple package migration management inspired from rails database migration management
A Ruby wrapper for brapi.io
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Build bash commands with Ruby
Access the Braspag webservices using Ruby
Braspag: brazilian gateway, agnostic, support all features in braspag
BRASS stands for Bare-Metal Ruby Assertion System Standard. It is a very basic