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Spotlight on Gems: interactive_editor - Ruby - About.com
Well, interactive_editor is one of those gems. In short, it allows you to launch an editor from IRB to edit your code, without having to rely on IRB's sketchy editing.
Spotlight on Gems: Sketches - Ruby - About.com
Sketches is a really cool gem that helps you test out code in IRB. Without a tool like Sketches to test out some code in IRB you can either type it directly into IRB, ...
Spotlight on Gems: Geoip - Ruby - About.com
Using GeoIP databases to correlate IP addresses and physical locations using the GeoIP gem.
Spotlight on Gems: Prawn - Ruby - About.com
Prawn is a pure-Ruby library for generating PDF files. From your Ruby code, you' ll be able to compose PDF files with any content and of any size. This is not ...
Spotlight on Gems: Trollop - Ruby - About.com
In a previous article we discussed how to parse command-line options with Ruby's default OptionParser class. While this does work quite well, it's quite verbose.
Spotlight on Gems: TMail - Ruby - About.com
At its core, the TMail gem is an email parser. It will take an email message and give you an easy interface to the headers and the body of the message.
Spotlight on Gems: Nokogiri - Ruby - About.com
Up until now, Hpricot HTML parser for Ruby has been the fast an easy standard. The Nokogiri Ruby gem can parse not only HTML, but also works with XML, ...
Spotlight on RubyGems: Wirble - About.com
The Wirble Gem provides a number of practical features for the IRB, including colorization, which makes reading output much easier.
Spotlight on Gems: nanoc - Ruby - About.com
The nanoc framework is a simple gem with no native dependencies. Install it as any other gem. Be aware that there are (at least) 2 gems for nanoc, one called ...
RubyGems - About.com
Learn how to install and update RubyGems and find out the uses and strengths of specific gems as they're examined in our Spotlight on Gems.