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Kawaii (Japanese for cute) is a web based console for Ruby on Rails applications.

It is designed for people who spend all day with a script/console window open, typing in pieces of code and trying to analyze incredibly long strings for any kind of useful output.

If you type in code that returns data sets, Kawaii will nicely format them in scrollable types. You can also easily configure your own Kawaii views for your own classes.

It also supports saving snippets either locally into a table using ActiveRecord, or remotely into an Amazon S3 bucket, so you can share them across instances of your application.

Screenshots of KawaiiKawaii Rendering an ActiveRecord result set: View Screenshot

Kawaii Rendering a model's schema (just evaluate the name of the model!): View Screenshot

Kawaii Rendering a simple string: View Screenshot

Downloading KawaiiKawaii is currently hosted on Github. You can view the master branch here.

If you already have git installed and want to download it, type the following on your command line:

git clone git://github.com/eviltrout/kawaii.gitOfficial Discussion GroupYou can discuss Kawaii in the Official Google Group.

About the AuthorKawaii was created by Evil Trout (a.k.a Robin Ward), the creator of the browser-based MMO Forumwarz, because he was sick of poorly formatted strings in his script/consoles.

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console kawaii pretty rails ruby

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