Logical tabs 0 votes

LogicalTabs assists in the creation of a tabbed panel UI for Rails apps
with several advantages.   A Rails helper generates the tedious (but
semantically clean) HTML structures for you.  Tab selection persists across
page loads, the page is functional when JavaScript and/or CSS are
unavaliable.  Sensible default print styling allows printouts
to show all the panel content.  JavaScript is provided for use with
either jQuery or Prototype.

Authors: Evan Dorn, Judson Lester
Project URL: http://rubygems.org/gems/logical_tabs

Jammit-jcarnegie 0 votes

Jammit is an industrial strength asset packaging library for Rails,
providing both the CSS and JavaScript concatenation and compression that
you'd expect, as well as YUI Compressor and Closure Compiler compatibility,
ahead-of-time gzipping, built-in JavaScript template support, and optional
Data-URI / MHTML image embedding.

Authors: Jeremy Ashkenas, Jeff Carnegie
Project URL: http://rubygems.org/gems/jammit-jcarnegie

E9 polls 0 votes

** NOTE - This gem depends on e9_base, but does not reference it. It WILL NOT FUNCTION for apps which aren't built on the e9 Rails 3 CMS **

== E9Polls

Provites a Poll renderable for the e9 Rails 3 CMS.

== Installation

  1. Include the gem and run the install generator to copy over the necessary files,
    then migrate.

    rails g e9_polls:install
    

    This will install the db migration, the JS and CSS required for the plugin to
    function properly, and an initializer.

    Modify the CSS as you see fit and the JS as required (carefully).

    Check out the initializer and modify if necessary. For non-Ajax fallbacks it uses
    the 'application' layout. This should be changed if the app doesn't use application
    layout as a sensible default.

  2. Migrate the database.

    rake db:migrate
    
  3. Finally, include the generated javascript and css (e9_polls.js and e9_polls.css)
    in the fashion suited to the app.

  4. There is no #4.

Authors: Travis Cox
Project URL: http://rubygems.org/gems/e9_polls

Quartermaster 0 votes

A collection of shortcuts and helpers for leveraging a request's env in Rails, such as including a browser-specific stylesheet if one exists or putting a short version of the user agent in the CSS classes of the body tag. This eliminates the need for most hacks or conditional comments since you can now get browser-specific with your CSS rules (ex. body.ie6 div { … })
Authors: Dave Myron
Project URL: http://rubygems.org/gems/quartermaster

Enterprise 0 votes

Wish you could write your Ruby in XML? Has the fact that Ruby is not
"enterprise" got you down? Do you feel like your Ruby code could be made to
be more "scalable"? Well look no further my friend. You've found the
enterprise gem. Once you install this gem, you too can make Rails scale, Ruby
faster, your code more attractive, and have more XML in your life.

I'm sure you're asking yourself, "how can the enterprise gem promise so
much?". Well the answer is easy, through the magic of XML! The enterprise
gem allows you to write your Ruby code in XML, therefore making your Ruby and
Rails code scale. Benefits of writing your code in XML include:

  • It's easy to read!
  • It scales!
  • Cross platform
  • TRANSFORM! your code using XSLT!
  • Search your AST with XPath or CSS!

The enterprise gem even comes with a handy "enterprise" binary to help you
start converting your existing legacy Ruby code in to scaleable, easy to
read XML files. Let's start getting rid of that nasty Ruby code and replacing
it with XML today!
Authors: Aaron Patterson
Project URL: http://rubygems.org/gems/enterprise

Secobarbital-jammit 0 votes

Jammit is an industrial strength asset packaging library for Rails,
providing both the CSS and JavaScript concatenation and compression that
you'd expect, as well as YUI Compressor and Closure Compiler compatibility,
ahead-of-time gzipping, built-in JavaScript template support, and optional
Data-URI / MHTML image embedding.

Authors: Jeremy Ashkenas, Seggy Umboh
Project URL: http://rubygems.org/gems/secobarbital-jammit