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Mmm yes, yes indeed. We are most wonderfully productive, indeed. It seems that fancy tea and mono...
Simple email analytics for your Rails app
Poncho is an API to build REST APIs with a convenient DSL.
A simple, generic, thread-safe pool for connections or whatever else
Your awesome Front-end starter kit for compass.
Ponder (Stibbons) is a Domain Specific Language for writing IRC Bots using the EventMachine library.
Pong is Ruby app that runs ping in the background on several hosts at once, and decorates the res...
A dependency injector for Rails, allows you to write clean controllers.
Ponominalu API Ruby wrapper
Gem engine for applications in the system PayPonty
Pontiac Webhook Engine
This gem is a solution to ruby quiz #1: http://www.rubyquiz.com/quiz1.html
Gem com funcoes de acesso e gerenciamento do Pontopass
Send email in one command: Pony.mail(:to => 'email@example.com', :body => 'hello')
A fast and lightweight mailer for ruby that uses libmimetic for generating mails
ponyHost lets you to easily create Amazon S3 website buckets,
push files to them and make...
Generator of random pony names to be used as friendly and fun test data.
Ponytail is a Rails engine that shows the migrations.
Collection of helper methods and Cucumber steps for testing email through Pony
Ponyup uses fog to manipulate clouds to get the them to the point you want use chef for provision...
Simple connection manager
Given an array of the value of each contestant and the number of pools, this gem can automaticall...
See the status of your Percona Server buffer pool
This is a gem for creating JS games using Jekyll, Coffeescript, HAML, and SASS
When consuming web services, HTTP performance can be greatly improved if you enable keep-alive
A set of rake tasks I commonly use
PoolOfEntropy is a PRNG based on cryptographic secure PRNGs, intended to bring back the feeling o...
PoolParty: The easy, open-source, cross-cloud management solution
Generalized connection pooling
You know you love wacky names, so give it a try! irb> require 'poopypants'; Poopypants.run