Like a modern code version of the mythical beast with 100 serpent heads, Typhoeus runs ...
This is a drop-in replacement for the apparently no longer maintained hhvacation progra...
hi, I'm here to debug your HTTP
A gem that will give you a high-five in your terminal
This is useful for such things as maintenance mode, testing, and heavy migrations.
A Rails model layer for your Chef configuration. Control your Chef configs with Rails.
A Ruby client for the HBCI-compliant Hibiscus payment server.
IRC bot supporting multiple services like spotify, giphy and so on.
A simple tool to check a bunch of email addresses against the Have I Been Pwned? API.
Hiccup mixes a-la-cart recurrence features into your data structure. It doesn't dictate...
Hickey provides a simple way of preparing test data inside test for Rails project.
Maps string to other strings?
A Ruby FFI wrapper around the System11 hidapi C library
A tool that identifies the people around by sniffing network traffic and mining social ...
Show/hide files on Mac very easily.
Enables soft-deletion in ActiveRecord by marking records as hidden
Ever need to show something to your users once, or until they dismiss it? Hide and Seek...
Stop asset requests from being logged in your terminal.
Autohides sensitive attributes (such as passwords) when rendering XML or JSON from Acti...
Hides the content columns of ActiveRecord Model
Hides default Heroku (*.herokuapp.com) URLs from search engines in order to avoid dupli...
Hide My Ass! fetches and connects to proxies at www.hidemyass.com
This is an unofficial RubyGem interface to hidemyass.com, a proxy listing service. Thi...
Hide/Obfuscate ActiveRecord IDs in a url using a modified Knuth hash
This library enables you to enumerate and communicate with Hid compatible USB devices i...
Hide your strings!
A pluggable data store for hierarcical data
Hiera AWS Backend
Tries to guess what values hiera will return for any existing node in your infrastructure
Hiera backend for retrieving CloudFormation resource metadata and parsing it as a JSON ...