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Generates dummy URLs to hit Rails 3 applications' routes. Since POST and PUT requests require mor...
Dual monitor manager for Linux with GTK2 based user interface represented by system tray icon's c...
Rails app rake and capistrano tasks to create and restore dumps of database and assets
Generate the SQL to insert a single record and all of its dependencies
Dump and restore your databases.
Dumper is a backup management system that offers a whole new way to take daily backups of your da...
Provides an easy way to manage a huge amount of domain specific string2value conversions. Mostly ...
Abstraktions-Layer für Exporte im Tabellenformat
Dump model to seeds-like ruby code
DSL to dump production data for developer use. Allows selection of data and obfuscation.
Dun help ruby programers focus on the problem domain directly when programing.
For tasks that can be started early and evaluated late.
Typically one might want start multipl...
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Provides a small wrapper around the Dun & Bradstreet website to retrieve business information fro...
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Launch Rails development console with test environment as a child process
Gem interface for Duo security rest api
Perform 2-factor authentication using duosecurity.com
Duostack command line client: create and manage Duostack apps
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Generate Apple Passbook passes in Ruby
TDD your services outside in by starting at the client, then working your way back to the server.
If you need to look for duplicates which can't otherwise be found via md5 checksums e.g. images o...
Duple simplifies moving and processing data snapshots between development,
testing and p...
A simple gem to duplicate a model instance, including its 'has_many' assocaitions. Added capabili...
Duplicati backup utility wrapper in Ruby with easier API and sensible configuration defaults.
Spree is an open source e-commerce framework for Ruby on Rails. Join us on the spree-user google...