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Google Calendar event generator
A library to map Google Calendar events with an ORM
Ruby library for Google Calendar API.
Wraps HTTP calls for the Google Calendar API.
It then rewirtes the plist files to put the project name before the sourcefiles.
Because GCCXML is difficult to install on all platforms,
this binary gem is provided for ease of ...
Google Cloud Datastore api for ruby
Extension for inspection memory and GC
A basic feature switching framework
This gem allows you to send GC related commands to a running Rails process
GChart exposes the Google Chart API via a friendly Ruby interface. It
can generate the URL for a ...
Visit http://code.google.com/p/gchartrb to track development regarding gchartrb. == FEATURES: *...
A gem used by our internal team for common class extensions, like not_blank? and not_nil? counter...
The will_paginate library provides a simple, yet powerful and extensible API for ActiveRecord pag...
My Google Cloud gem ('gcloud') with various utilities.
It deploys gcutil, gsutil, and mor...
gcm is a service that helps developers send data from servers to their Android applications on An...
Easily generate Great Circle maps between 2 or more airports. The gem provides an API for constru...
A Ruby client library for communicating with the GCM Proxy server.
Google Cloud Message for Chrome gem
A Google's GCM Service Server-side Helper
gcm_on_rails is a Ruby on Rails gem that allows you to easily incorporate Google's
gcm_rails_mongo_mapper is a Ruby on Rails gem based on dondeng's gcm_on_rails gem (https://github...
named_scope for ActiveResource
Adds support for rendering avatars from a variety of sources.
CAS Authentication via Rack Middleware
QuacksLike is a tiny gem intended to push people towards using duck typing instead of static typing.
A basic Gcode parser and modifier.
Uses Google Maps Geocoding API (V3) to geocode stuff and optionally caches the
GCoder is designed to make scripting GCode filters easy, and to work with Opal to enable web-base...