Ruby-implementation of the SMPP protocol, based on EventMachine. SMPP is a protocol that allows ordinary people outside the mobile network to exchange SMS messages directly with mobile operators.
SMSTrolley 0.1 I am writing this app because I have faced enough problems and struggled all my way to find a good piece of code that helps me create massively large SMS based application. This is the piece of code which I wish I had when I was building my SMS app. Goal of ... [More]
A Rails plugin to ease your effort of building profile of user, company, project, pet, group.... blah blah blah How many times did it happen to you that, your project needed to implement user profiles, company profiles, product profiles, and all kinds of profile but you had no choice other than ... [More]
It is a zero effort rails development environment for rockstar RAILS developers (for OS X 10.5+) Rockstar’s Rails Stack If you are a software development house or an individual rails developer, who spent hours together to setup dev environment on fresh machines either for yourself or for ... [More]
This is fork of HAML to resolve few bugs (check branches) Original Project URL : http://haml.hamptoncatlin.com
Description: A rails plugin which gathers local news/tweets like a spider and make it available for you to query thru your existing model (Based on outside.in api) LocalNewsRadar can periodically scan news for your local area like a spider and store it in your database so that you can use your ... [More]
GeoMereLaal plugin is all you need to create Location-Aware rails application based on W3C Geolocaton API. What's Location-Awareness? W3C proposed an API in which internet browsers can have capability to retrieve geo-location of the user via multiple sources (Wifi, LBS, IP, browser ... [More]
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