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gazay — 16 posts

I've released v1.0.0 of IDs, please. Get social network IDs or screen names from links to social network accounts.
Please check my idea about how we can share more love and motivation to all that great developers, who help us to make our projects happen by their work and their gems. share_some_love
I’ve released a new version of my gem Gon (currently 4.0.0) recently, so I’ve decided to make some examples of it’s features in use. Here is my blog post.
I just released Gon gem v4.0.0. I've made new feature -! Now you can super easily renew data in vars through ajax.
Talks v0.4.0 is out! New options made it more cool. Useful example for talks and autotesting coffee by @kossnocorp
New option (:need_type) and fixes for old ones with small refactoring, soon there will be convenient wiki instead of long README.
I just added new functionality to talks gem for working with different notifiers (like Growl, Kdialog, etc). And from previous version talks perfectly works not only on MacOS X ;)
If you want to hear some response from your code or long tasks - use talks gem. Or just for fun :)
I just released role-haml gem. It is Haml support for role jQuery plugin by @kossnocorp.
I just finished refactoring and updating of my gon gem and now it can rock from any part of your application with feature.
If you need some opportunity in creation of github pages (or if you just lazy a little) - check this gem out
I just created gon-sinatra. The same idea as gon, but for Sinatra
I've added Jbuilder support to Gon.
Introducing gon gem. From the beginning it was just a funny gem which allowed to throw controller variables to js global namespace without data attributes in view. Now integrated with rabl it's really useful tool making getting JS start data for your application easy.
You can throw your rails variables in your JS files with easy way without data attributes with Gon gem.
My experiment is Spik. I experimented with literate programming abilities of Ruby and Rails. I want to talk with Rails in English. Without {}, (), [], @, +, -, = etc.