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A Redis-backed pub or processing queue with a non-blocking bar counter
Pubba is a library designed to help you manage the static components of your site.
A handy gem for academic sites
Wrappers for various channel publishing APIs; trying to keep the API simple a...
Quickly add publish/draft state to your ActiveRecord models
Pubgen is a command-line based epub generator. Make an epub with YAML.
PubKey client bindings
Dropbox public files made easy
Easy activity tracking for your ActiveRecord models. Provides Activity model with details about a...
A pub/sub framework for loosley coupled communicatiion between Ruby objects.
Publicize private forks of Hack Reactor project repositories
The Publicize gem extends ActiveRecord to support features commonly needed
by Rails-based web ser...
Simplest possible CMS for Rails 3
PublicRescue is a gem for rails application who want to display dynamic error pages. It creates a...
Rails Engine allowing centralized management of public alerts.
PublicSuffix can parse and decompose a domain name into top level domain, domain and subdomains.
The Public Suffix List (http://publicsuffix.org/) is "a cross-vendor initiative to provide an acc...
PublicSuffixService gem is now known as PublicSuffix.
Engine for publishing multiple sites from a centralized hub.
A toolkit for publishing scientific results and datasets using RDF, OWL, and related technologies
Server Interface for PubliSci
Adds the functionality to publish/unpublish mongoid docs
Provides methods to publish and unpublish your active record models based on a boolean flag, a da...
publisher is a module for extending a class with event subscription and firing capabilities. Thi...
Publishing logic for ActiveRecord models
The PublishMyData Rails Engine. Create rails apps with Linked Data functionality.
Generates mobi files for Kindle, ebook files for other ebook readers, PDF via LaTex, and static w...
Publishus allows active record models and associations to be published and exist both in a 'curre...