Ruby Gem of the Week Series
Welcome. The Ruby Gem of the Week series
presents a new Ruby library every week on Thursday.
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- Week 1 - factbook - turn the world factbook into open structured data e.g JSON
- Week 2 - hoe - build, package and publish gems with hoe rake tasks
- Week 3 - slideshow - a free web alternative to PowerPoint and Keynote in Ruby
- Week 4 - kramdown - turn easy-to-read and easy-to-write wiki-style plain text in markdown into hypertext
- Week 5 - feedparser - web feed parser and normalizers (for RSS 2.0, Atom, n friends)
- Week 6 - schemadoc - auto-generate your database schema docs for tables, columns, etc.
- Week 7 - gli - git-like interfaces for awesome command-line tools
- Week 8 - erd - generate entity-relationship diagrams (ERD) for your activerecord models
- Week 9 - state_machine(s) - model processes and work flows with finite state machines (FSM) and automata theory
- Week 10 - annotate - annotate your ActiveRecord models with comments about your table structure
- Week 11 - worldlite - lightweight public domain country data (all data included as good ol’ ruby code)
- Week 12 - logutils - yet another (lightweight, simple) logging library in Ruby
- Week 13 - props - yet another config (INI) reader in Ruby
- Week 14 - html-proofer - auto-proofread (check and validate) your hypertext (HTML) pages
- Week 15 - beerdb - serving a Guinness Irish Stout or a Bamberg Aecht Schlenkerla Rauchbier Märzen as JSON w/ Ruby
- Week 16 - tilt - let’s build (yet another) micro web framework in less than 33 lines of code
- Week 17 - datapak - work with tabular data packages (.csv files w/ datapackage.json) using SQLite (w/ ActiveRecord)
- Week 18 - hexapdf - read and write PDF documents; start from zero or merge, extract, optimize and much more. Written by Thomas Leitner