Reverse dependencies for rspec-given Latest version of the following gems require rspec-given
Provides a lightweight interface for calling the PagerDuty Integration API
Provides a module insertion protocol to facilitate adding features to ActiveRecord
Provides an internal extension API to ActiveRecord, in the form of middleware-style cal...
event_bus provides support for application-wide events, without coupling the publishing...
A middleware library, featuring a simple interface and "callback" style semantics in th...
Rspec-page-regression provides a mechanism for headless regression testing of web page ...
gimme attempts to bring to Ruby a test double workflow akin to Mockito in Java. Major d...
Arbitrary Memcached-backed rate limiting for Ruby
Extends ActiveRecord's handling of tables
Ruby SDK for Microsoft Graph
CZMQ Ruby binding based on the generated low-level FFI bindings of CZMQ
Trema is a full-stack, easy-to-use framework for developing OpenFlow controllers in Ruby.
ID3-based implementation of the M.L. Decision Tree algorithm
used in Boat International UI and Admin apps
Clean up your configuration approach by using Configurethis. Configurethis allows you t...
Record text screencasts.
SchemaPlus development tools
A low-level wrapper around Microsoft UI Automation for ruby
Ruby wrapper for CaseBlocks API
Klomp is a simple [Stomp] messaging client that keeps your sanity intact. The purpose ...
RubyCFN is a light-weight CloudFormation DSL
Rake tasks for compiling C projects.
This utility presents hints and suggestions to give you an idea of potentially troubl...
Provides implementation for in process, amqp or web socket service bus
Preek prints Ruby code smells in color, using Reek.
Mohawk is a page-object style driver that makes it easy to automate windows application...
Define resources to automatically find a record and assign its attributes.
Solution that eliminates the tight coupling between user identity/authentication and ap...
Presenter helps you expose view models to your views with a declarative approach.