Reverse dependencies for travis 1.8.10
A simple Ruby client for the algolia.com REST API
AlgoliaSearch integration to your favorite ORM
Zachary's Tool Kit contains a collection of reusable classes meant to simplify developm...
Cequel is an ActiveRecord-like domain model layer for Cassandra that exposes the robust...
Only syncs files that have been updated to S3.
Tools for testing the Calabash Toolchain locally, on Travis CI, and Jenkins
Build docker packaged apps using chef or shell
Darwin Core Archive is the current standard exchange format for GLobal Names Architectu...
A toolkit for building virtual computer labs
Support authentication via OAuth2 tokens dispensed from the Doorkeeper authorization flow
A library and CLI tool for launching services into AWS.
A very basic json-schema generator
kitchen-terraform is a set of Test Kitchen plugins for testing Terraform configuration
A Ruby gem that converts both British and Irish Eastings and northing to WGS84 latitude...
Hatchet is a an integration testing library for developing Heroku buildpacks.
This is my personal library I use to share the Ruby tidbits and Rake tasks I made it fo...
Pushes a yaml or json file to the Marathon API.
Downloading newest radio programs on the web. Supported radio stations are hibiki, onse...
Boilerplate-reduction helpers for Poise/Halite-style gemss.
This gem is used to communicate to a server Janus through RabbitMQ software (Message-...
Use Pry as the Middleman console.
The implementation of the Open Assets Protocol for Ruby.
An agile, programmable, controllable proxy server for use standalone or as part of an i...
Contains shared functionality and extentions to various Calabash sub-projects.
Photish is a simple, convention based (but configurable) static photo site generator.
Manipulate event evostream and send actions to evostream server.
Pansophy allows different applications to share knowledgevia a centralised remote repos...
For integrating with QuickTravel API
get delivery status of Takuhai-bin in Japan
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