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Happy Bear Software

Rails agency recommended by Andrew McDonough: https://twitter.com/andrewmcdonough/status/919950618504126464

Using JSON in Postgres with Ruby and Sequel

With its fast, built-in support for JSON, it’s worth considering Postgres for storing and querying your JSON data. Instead of using a specialised document server, Postgres may be the right choice for your application.

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shoryuken

A super efficient Amazon SQS thread based message processor for Ruby

Ruby Grape

An opinionated framework for creating REST-like APIs in Ruby

awesome-ruby

A collection of awesome Ruby libraries, tools, frameworks and software

Pliny

An opinionated toolkit for writing excellent APIs in Ruby

Liked Nate Berkopec Nate Berkopec’s post on Twitter

basecamp/google_sign_in

Sign in (or up) with Google for Rails applications – Ruby gem by DHH

Liked Shane Becker Shane Becker’s post on Twitter
The microformats Ruby parser has been completely rewritten and is almost completely spec compliant. https://github.com/indieweb/microformats2-ruby

sysrandom

Secure random number generation for Ruby using system RNG facilities

Adding code highlight to your Sinatra app with Rouge

Sequel cheatsheet

RSpec::Core Cheat Sheet

rspotify

Ruby wrapper for the Spotify Web API

Prawn

Generate PDFs in Ruby

Becoming a contractor programmer in the UK

link_rel_parser-ruby

Parse HTTP Link headers into a structured format

email_address_validator

Ruby gem for RFC Compliant Email Address Parsing

fog

The Ruby cloud services library. Whether you need compute, dns, storage, or a multitude of other services, fog provides an accessible entry point and facilitates cross service compatibility.

awesome_print

Pretty print your Ruby objects with style – in full color and with proper indentation