Reverse dependencies for prawn Latest version of the following gems require prawn
Payday is a library for rendering invoices. At present it supports rendering invoic...
A plugin that lets you document your servers in a datacenter
This is a gem to help you to structure common reports of you application just by writin...
kramdown-converter-pdf uses Prawn to convert a kramdown document to PDF
DANFE pdf generator for Brazilian invoices.
Squid expands Prawn providing method to easily draw graphs in PDF files.
Configurable S3 or file system image storage and processing HTTP API server. It is usin...
Prawn::Graph adds straightforward native graph drawing to Prawn without the need to dep...
SDK for Iugu Platform Applications
Ruby client for rs.ge web services
fill text and images through acroform fields
log_analyzer gem is created to get statistics about your views rendering performance.
Brazilian Fiscal Documents PDF generator
Convert Pivotal Tracker Stories to 4x6 PDF for printing so that you can stick the card ...
risu is a Nessus .nessus XML parser and report generation tool
Provided a valid lds.org username and password, Wagon will download all the information...
Eventually this may be a markdown to PDF, ePUB, MOBI processor. For now it's just somet...
Optical mark recognition of multiple-choice tests and surveys. Low-level ruby library t...
Take exported CSV from the OnTrack diabetes app, put it into MongoDB, and do interestin...
Allows for use of feature driven testing of legacy (especially sql server) applications.
Flash flow is a command line tool for keeping your acceptance environment up to date
BrandEins gem offers a download command to download a specific or all volumes. Use `bra...
A Rails renderer for Prawn PDFs.
Ruby library for generating PDF checks that you can take to the bank
Barcodes is a RubyGem for creating and rendering common barcode symbologies.
A Prawn PDF component which adds basic HTML support
Presents Markdown slides in your terminal
["A service to generate pdf reports"]
Transform Markdown docs into two-column PDFs.
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