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StaticAssociation adds a simple enum type that can act like an ActiveRecord association for stati...
Static authentication && authorization in rails.
Build static websites smartly
Create static blocks of content. Place them anywhere in your views.
Simple static contents management system based on Haml and Sass.
Load configuration from yaml and/or environment variables
static_content provides a simple way of outputting static content in your app.
Rails plugin to manage static data in ActiveRecord
Automated deployment to GitHub pages
Static pages can be created, stored and edited as files. Then they can be imported into DB of you...
Saves dynamic pages as a static error file
This gem provides a simple tool to make a full online website into a static one. This can be usef...
Crawl a site with 'clean-URLs' and generate a files and folders from it. Example: the URL /page w...
Simple wrapper for an AWK Script to lookup US Geocodes from a static spreadsheet.
== DESCRIPTION: Provides an interface to the Google Static Maps API. == FEATURES/PROBLEMS: * P...
== DESCRIPTION: Provides an interface to the Google Static Maps API V3. Based on static-gmaps
Provides an interface to the Google Static Maps API v3.
Tool for staticly caching Ruby web applications (based on Rack::Staticifier)
Get all pictures from URL gem
Static site generator using Haml and Coffescript
A tool to create a static version of a website for hosting on S3. Can be used to create a cheap e...
This gem contains a mountable engine that will allow rails applications to use static pages
In your application you may want to handle things in your User model like sex (female, male)...
Staticman build static pages, e.g. errors, about, contact, and it's very easy, fast, programable
Google Static Map API with Ruby
["Static Google Maps v2 API"]
Lightweight Static Site Framework
StaticMatic helps you quickly create maintainable Amazon S3 static websites using
Staticme allows you to run tiny webserver just in any folder you like to serve your static files