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Validate http request content length vs actual for
elements such as img, link, etc..
HttpVanilli gives you lip-synced http connections with pluggable band members for testing.
An HTTP Recorder
Simple wrapper around standard Net::HTTP library with multipart/form-data file upload ability
Makes http fun! Also, makes consuming restful web services dead easy.
Stream any CLI output as an HTTP chunked response.
htty is a console application for interacting with web servers.
It's a fun way to explore web API...
A CLI for rack applications based on htty.
Manage your password in rememberable way.
A ruby implementation of Huawei 3G modem unlock/flash code generator. Tested on E1550 Models, I a...
`hub` is a command line utility which adds GitHub knowledge to `git`.
It can used on its own...
Provides a web wrapper and rack middleware for hubspot form submissions
Hubbard is a command line tool for managing git repositories.
A simple ruby client for posting exceptions to Haystack
hubbub was developed by: rich
Create a hub for your server configuration. Use it with Capistrano, Puppet and others.
Ruby SDK for service hub
A ruby program that polls github for updates and sends them to notification center.
CLI for GitHub Flavored markdown to html convervsion
AWS Ruby Library for interfacing with Amazon Web Services.
Collection of capistrano recipes for apache, passenger, memcache, juggernaut and backgroundrb
See Plugin README: http://juggernaut.rubyforge.org/svn/trunk/juggernaut/README
Keep your eye on new commits being pushed to Github through an
interactive interface. When new co...
`hubflow` is a command line utility which adds GitHub knowledge to `git`
combined with workf...
Automatically create a `humans.txt` file based upon public members of a GitHub organization.
Manage your Hubic account from Ruby
Imports and exports issues from github per-project
Search your local gem repository for gems installed from GitHub that have since moved to Gemcutter
A github client for your terminal.
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