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Bookmarks tagged with “ruby”

  1. Gemnasium

    “Parses your project’s dependencies and notifies you when new versions are released or they need to be updated.” For python, ruby, node, php, etc. (via @dracos)

  2. alphagov/prototyping

    GDS’s Jekyll-based prototypes for services.

  3. How I Built Emojitracker — Medium

    Brilliant write-up of the difficulties in developing what at first glance looks like a very simple site. Also, makes me pleased Twelescreen is simpler and less popular. (via Waxy)

  4. Dashing - The exceptionally handsome dashboard framework.

    Ruby thing that lets you combine and make widgets for displaying stuff in nice drag-and-droppable dashboards. Looks good. (via:tomtaylor)

  5. kjohnston/pgbackups-archive

    Ruby app for automating offsite backups of a Heroku postgres database to Amazon S3. I was amazed that having set up the various parts the whole thing worked first time. Brilliant.

  6. Django 1.3 vs Rails 3: A not so final showdown - (think)

    A couple of years old, but a pretty good comparison (from a limited field).

  7. Online JSON Viewer

    I keep forgetting this URL. Useful because it’s much less picky about formatting input data, so it will nicely format things like Ruby objects I’ve printed to the logs even though they’re not JSON. (@infovore has now pointed me at pp and awesome_print, thanks!)

  8. Scripting Languages: PHP, Perl, Python, Ruby - Hyperpolyglot

    Handy comparison of features of Perl, PHP, Python and Ruby, for when my brain has trouble switching. (via Kottke)

  9. RubyFrontier Documentation

    Another CMS… imitating Userland Frontier. I can’t decide if this is brilliance and/or madness. (via Daring Fireball)

  10. Nanoc: a Ruby CMS that generates static HTML » home

    Another little CMS. “runs on your local computer and compiles Markdown, Textile, Haml, etc. documents into static web pages, ready for uploading to any web host.” (via Daring Fireball)

  11. Webby :: Webby

    Mini CMS in Ruby. Mainly just converts text into web pages using a variety of templating languages. (via Daring Fireball)

  12. Infovore » The CSS Redundancy Checker

    Checks your CSS file for all the selectors that aren’t used in the list of HTML files or URLs you feed it. Clever Tom.

  13. RailsOnPairNetworks in Ruby on Rails

    How to install Ruby on Rails on a Pair.com shared server. Apparently a bit slow though, as FastCGI or mod_ruby can’t be used.

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