Gattica is a Ruby library for extracting data from the Google Analytics API.
A rather simple gem for generating breadcrumbs in a Rails project
Harvixture is a tool that can be used to extract data, in the form of fixtures, from a ...
A secure non evaling end user template engine with aesthetic markup.
A simple gem that will traverse your Git history and report the rails stats for each da...
A tool to determine if the robots.txt would prevent a given user agent from making a re...
ActionSite is a static site generator for ruby patterned after rails view templates sup...
a view stub framework for testing rubycocoa applications
description of gem
command line script written in ruby to rename all files in a directory (or subdirectori...
If you've ever wanted contexts in your Test::Unit tests, then context is for you. Your...
Hate writing assertions? Need a little behavior-driven love in your tests? Then match...
pending lets you define a block of test code that is currently "pending" functionality,...
Stubbing and mocking that isn't painful, fanciful, and doesn't inspire any sort of cont...
RedCloth-4.1.1 - Textile parser for Ruby. http://redcloth.org/
ruby-prof is a fast code profiler for Ruby. It is a C extension and therefore is many t...
Wrapper around render :partial that removes the need to use :locals, and allows blocks ...
Track changes to your models' data. Good for auditing or versioning.
Jerk is insensitive, particularly about URL casing.
Bob the Builder will build your code. Simple.
Debugging toolbar for Rack applications implemented as middleware
Localize the frontend of single language Rails apps.
A wrapper for Flickrs REST API.
Jerry is an Inversion of Control container. It allows you to decouple the code that boo...
Admins for Clearance
Simple Hello World
A JRuby implementation of RFC 2445 (ical) recurrence rule
A RabbitMQ client for JRuby
With ActsAsTaggableOn, you could tag a single model on several contexts, such as skills...
Extension of the Authlogic library to add Facebook Connect support built upon the excel...