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A tool to create a static version of a website for hosting on S3. Can be used to create a cheap e...
This gem contains a mountable engine that will allow rails applications to use static pages
In your application you may want to handle things in your User model like sex (female, male)...
Staticman build static pages, e.g. errors, about, contact, and it's very easy, fast, programable
Google Static Map API with Ruby
["Static Google Maps v2 API"]
Lightweight Static Site Framework
StaticMatic helps you quickly create maintainable Amazon S3 static websites using
Staticme allows you to run tiny webserver just in any folder you like to serve your static files
StaticModel provides a Base class much like ActiveRecord which supports reading from a YAML file ...
A base non–database-backed model for Rails.
Ad-hoc HTTP Server for static files
plugin for sharing static content in a configurable folder
Staticpress is a blog-focused static site generator. It uses Tilt for rendering nearly any templa...
StaticRecord provides you with the preloading schema-free objects from Yaml to OpenStruct that yo...
Permanently caches subclasses of ActiveRecord in memory.
Leverages the XML parsing of ActiveResource into objects without making any network calls by read...
A simple way to provide static files using rack
Rack Middleware for adding query string cache busting signatures on
script and style assets
Rake tasks to manage sitemap.xml generation for static sites
Locate module, class, or method defs by name in a project tree.
This library allows the creation of immutable objects from a hash.
File based static pages for Rails
Command line tool for uploading static websites to amazon/rackspace.
Generates static and readable UIDs
Watches for changes and compiles Haml, Sass, Scss, and Coffeescript
Staticweb is a command line static webpage generation tool
Pop this gem in your rails >= 3 application. This gem will utilize statsd and easily track basic...
Statikaj is simple tool to create statikaj blogs.
I like Rails but I also hate Rails, and sometimes I'm not making a web-app, and yet I still need ...