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jQuery UI Autocomplete with Ruby on Rails

Step by step tutorial how to use the jQuery UI Autocomplete plugin on a Rails project. It includes using the jquery-ui-rails plugin, and styling the autocomplete with images and formatted titles. Check it out here.

GitCompound -- yet another dependency manager

GitCompound is a dependency manager that combines features of Bundler and Git submodules. This is particularly useful when dependencies also need to be developed continuously. GitCompound is Git-based, minimal requirements, decentralized dependency manager.

FlexMock is alive !

You’ve liked flexmock, but saw bugs creep in since Jim Weirich’s passing. I’ve started to fix the obvious (minitest v5 compatibility I’m looking at you) and want to make flexmock alive again

Youtube filter for html-pipeline

Need to convert youtube url into a video iframe? I just create a gem called html-pipeline-youtube for adding youtube filter to html-pipeline. I think this might be what you need! AND…
Onebox does do better in url transformation, and I did not know it before, than…

Factories that makes JSON

Sometimes, it gets quite annoying while you are testing your API, that accepts JSON. Often the solution in this is to keep JSON data in fixtures and then parse that and provide to endpoint. Maintaining then becomes quite a pain, especial if you have to support complex JSON data types and introduce changes with time. Here is solution: [more inside]

Kontena: Docker Platform for Rubyists

Kontena is a Docker orchestration platform that is written using Ruby. Kontena features advanced cluster scheduling, network overlay, vpn, image registry etc. Check the documentation and source code from Github.

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