webscripts.softpedia.com Archives - 24 May 2016, Tuesday

  • Thredded

    webscripts.softpedia.com 16 May '16, 3am

    Thredded is one of the most powerful message boards for Ruby developers ever, created on the Ruby on Rails framework. The forum can work with three different database backends: SQLite, MySQL, or PostgreSQL. Developers can use each one they like, based on their requirements. Thredded i...

  • Hashie

    webscripts.softpedia.com 01 May '16, 5am

    A Ruby library for manipulating a page's URL via hashtags (also callend hashes), allowing an in-depth control of what gets displayed and what gets loaded on the page Hashie was created to aid developers that often rely on URL hashes to control what content gets loaded on the page or w...

  • Payola

    webscripts.softpedia.com 29 Apr '16, 8pm

    Easily handle money transfers, business transactions, and subscription plans via Stripe using this open source library for Ruby on Rails Payola is a RoR gem for handling billing operations via the Stripe payments processing service. The library supports one-time transactions and auto-...

  • Scout Realtime

    webscripts.softpedia.com 17 Apr '16, 3pm

    Scout Realtime streams disk, memory, network, CPU, and process metrics over the Internet. Only authenticated users can access the data. The app was coded in Ruby and is meant for webmasters that need to watch how their servers behave in a production environment. Excellent for troubles...

  • Middleman

    webscripts.softpedia.com 07 Feb '16, 6pm

    Or in simpler terms: a static site compiler (generator) for Ruby. Middleman functions in the same way as other static site generators, working based on a set of configuration files, template handlers and content storage files. Middleman reads the configs first, parses the templates, p...

  • Humongous

    webscripts.softpedia.com 10 Jan '16, 11am

    MongoDB is a document-oriented NoSQL database, perfect for high traffic and intensive load environments. Humongous was created to allow database administrators a way to explore their MongoDB databases via a Web browser. The Humongous UI was inspired by MongoHub and was created using t...

  • Jammit

    webscripts.softpedia.com 22 Nov '15, 7pm

    This is an asset packaging library for Ruby on Rails It provides CSS and JavaScript concatenation and compression. Besides that, there's support for YUI Compressor and Closure Compiler compatibility, built-in JavaScript template support, ahead-of-time gzipping, and optional Data-URI /...

  • Moped - Softpedia

    webscripts.softpedia.com 12 Oct '15, 7pm

    MongoDB is a document-oriented database, perfect for high intensive load environments. The driver will allow Ruby apps to save, retrieve, write and use data stored in MongoDB databases. Moped exposes a simple, elegant, fast and well tested MongoDB-Ruby API.

  • Feralchimp - Softpedia

    webscripts.softpedia.com 11 Oct '15, 2am

    MailChimp is a online service which can be used to manage, send and track customer newsletters and email marketing campaigns. Feralchimp was modeled after Gibbon and allows developers to remotely interact with the MailChimp service for retrieving various details about a campaign, user...

  • decimal.js - Softpedia

    webscripts.softpedia.com 06 Oct '15, 8am

    is a JavaScript library that creates a special type for working specifically with decimal numbers. The library was inspired by Java's BigDecimal class and provides the proper tools to deal with such numbers, even if they are quite big or have large decimal places. decimal.js comes wit...

  • Hobo - Softpedia

    webscripts.softpedia.com 25 Sep '15, 9am

    They will help developers with topics ranging from prototyping to internal utilities. The goal: write less code. So much less in fact that it starts to feel like you're not implementing your app at all, you’re just declaring what you want. READ MORE DEVELOPER: hobocentral.net HOMEPAGE...

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  • Ruby Mapnik - Softpedia

    webscripts.softpedia.com 06 Sep '15, 9pm

    Mapnik is a C++ toolkit for developing map-centric applications, one of the tools used to create the famous OpenStreetMap (OSM) mapping project. Ruby Mapnik is a Ruby client for the Mapnik toolkit, allowing developers to create mapping applications that inter-connect them with the Map...

  • twitter-text-rb - Softpedia

    webscripts.softpedia.com 03 Sep '15, 8am

    Twitter-specific text refers to common known Twitter jargon like @mentions, #hashtags, and lists. The library provides auto-linking and extraction for URLs, usernames, lists, and hashtags. Meaning normal text typed in like @softpedia will appear like a proper @softpedia link instead. ...

  • Neo4j.rb - Softpedia

    webscripts.softpedia.com 29 Aug '15, 7am

    is basically an ORM (Object Relational Mapper) for Neo4j . Since Neo4j is a graph engine and not a relational database the correct term would actually be OGM, an Object Graph Mapper. Like any other ORM, ODM, or OGM, Neo4j.rb supports basic features like properties, indexes, constraint...

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  • Windows Azure SDK for Ruby - Softpedia

    webscripts.softpedia.com 27 Aug '15, 5am

    New in Windows Azure SDK for Ruby 0.6.3: Added get_cloud_service_properties method, which returns all cloud service properties (embed-detail=true), including info about all VMs. Added winrm_http_port and winrm_https_port to get_virtual_machine method to allow the users to configure cu...

  • Ruby - Softpedia

    webscripts.softpedia.com 23 Aug '15, 10pm

    Ranked in one of the World's Top 10 most used programming languages, Ruby has been used for lots of known projects across the Web, the most famous being Twitter, a website working mostly on top of a Ruby-based framework. Ruby is also considered one of the most easiest programming lang...

  • High Voltage - Softpedia

    webscripts.softpedia.com 02 Aug '15, 12pm

    High Voltage reads an ERB template file, inserts the content and renders out a static HTML page. While this technique is not new at all, High Voltage doesn't go into the fine details a normal static site generator will go to. The module only includes the page rendering system, without...

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  • Redcarpet - Softpedia

    webscripts.softpedia.com 02 Aug '15, 6am

    It is a fast and safe Markdown to (X)HTML parser for Ruby apps. Redcarpet is a Ruby wrapper for the famous Upskirt C library, specialized in manipulating Markdown syntax. Bby default, Redcarpet parses standard Markdown (with no extensions) and offers a sane subset of parse options whi...

  • Broccoli - Softpedia

    webscripts.softpedia.com 24 Jul '15, 5am

    Broccoli works based on a "Brocfile.js" file. In this file developers can place various build (compilation) instructions which are executed every time an application is loaded on the client's side. By running the "broccoli serve" command, any changes to the original "built" files trig...

  • kramdown - Softpedia

    webscripts.softpedia.com 16 Jul '15, 2am

    The kramdown library works by reading the inputted code and outputting it to various formats like: - HTML - PDF - LaTeX - kramdown syntax The library uses its own Markdown superset known as kramdown syntax, but it can also support as input regular Markdown, GitHub Flavored Markdown, a...

  • Alchemy CMS - Softpedia

    webscripts.softpedia.com 13 Jul '15, 5am

    Alchemy CMS can be installed as any other Ruby gem and can be easily setup and deployed within minutes. Alchemy is a top product when it comes to CMSs, being an ideal product if you develop websites for small to medium businesses.

  • Gobot - Softpedia

    webscripts.softpedia.com 11 Jul '15, 10am

    Gobot allows developers to write applications that control physical hardware via Google's Go language. Gobot supports common I/O drivers and a few major hardware platforms as well. This enables programmers to start writing their code and run it without any problems on various devices ...

  • Apache Chemistry CMIS for .NET - Softpedia

    webscripts.softpedia.com 01 Jul '15, 5pm

    Apache Chemistry CMIS for .NET adds support for the CMIS standard in C#. This standard was created to allow CMSs to talk to each other and to exchange data between them if needed. What may be exchanged via CMIS can be simple plain text or entire files and folders of data. Apache Chemi...

  • Test::Unit - Softpedia

    webscripts.softpedia.com 29 Jun '15, 1pm

    Test:Unit versions 2.x are improved versions of the Test::Unit package bundled in Ruby 1.8.x. Test::Unit 1.2.3 is the same version as bundled in Ruby 1.8. The framework helps developers to design, debug and evaluate source code by making it easy to write and have tests for it.

  • RubyGems - Softpedia

    webscripts.softpedia.com 29 Jun '15, 6am

    RubyGems is the default library to use for packaging and distributing Ruby libraries and code. RubyGems seamlessly integrates with the Ruby CLI, allowing easya nd fast install of any third-party Ruby libraries. Very easy to install, just run the setup.rb file.

  • Jekyll - Softpedia

    webscripts.softpedia.com 24 Jun '15, 12pm

    Initially developed to automatically generate and power the GitHub Pages service, Jekyll can also be deployed on standalone servers and help users run their very own website Jekyll works by reading a template, running it through a Textile/Markdown and Liquid converters, and spitting o...

  • minicron - Softpedia

    webscripts.softpedia.com 23 Jun '15, 5pm

    is a tool for developers and system administrators that want to keep track of local or remote cron jobs. It can work with multiple machines at a time, and will provide a simple overview of past cron jobs, along with the ability to schedule new jobs in the future. minicron takes the pa...

  • Serv-O-Lux - Softpedia

    webscripts.softpedia.com 13 Jun '15, 5am

    Minor Enhancements: Added in the ability to vary the Prefork worker pool size. Pass original child exception backtrace up the exception chain. Improved child process wellness checks in Piper and Child classes.

  • Stats.js - Softpedia

    webscripts.softpedia.com 12 Jun '15, 10pm

    class provides a simple info box that will monitor code performance. Based on this, developers can tell if their code is to blame for bad user experience or not. It shows: FPS - Frames rendered in the last second. The higher the number the better. MS - Milliseconds needed to render a ...

  • Artoo - Softpedia

    webscripts.softpedia.com 26 May '15, 10am

    A powerful Ruby framework for robotics and physical computing, a collection of libraries, hardware drivers and programmatic APIs