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Akelos PHP Framework

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  Analyzed 6 months ago

Akelos is a PHP framework for developing database-backed web applications according to the Model-View-Controller pattern. From the Ajax in the view, to the request and response in the controller, to the domain model wrapping the database the Akelos PHP Framework gives you a pure-PHP development ... [More] environment built upon programming best practices. To go live, all you need to add is a database and a web server. Who is the Akelos PHP Framework for? * PHP developers who want to enjoy writing web applications. * Ruby on Rails developers who need to code in PHP. * Developers who want to distribute their work to the mass market of cheap shared hosting. * Developers who need to write multilingual web applications. [Less]

175K lines of code

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over 4 years since last commit

24 users on Open Hub

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PowerDNS on Rails

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  Analyzed 6 months ago

PowerDNS is a reliable alternative to BIND and sports a flexible, feature rich design and support for various backends, including MySQL and PostgreSQL. This simplifies the management of thousands of zones, and provides added redundancy (by way of database replication) and opens the doors for web ... [More] frontends that ease this even more. PowerDNS on Rails is built based on our experience of managing thousands of DNS records through various (often crude) techniques, that included building zone files from databases via cron, and implementing PowerDNS for its database backends. PowerDNS on Rails is currently tightly integrated into one of South Africa's premier hosting & email platforms and works tirelessly everyday. [Less]

12.7K lines of code

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almost 5 years since last commit

3 users on Open Hub

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echowaves

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  Analyzed 8 months ago

Echowaves.com is an opensource web based group chat software written in RubyOnRails. The source code is actually hosted at: http://github.com/dmitryame/echowaves EchoWaves is a YACT ( Yet Another Collaboration Tool ). It's actually beginning to take a shape of a YASN ( Yet Another Social ... [More] Network ). So, what's so special about our YASN, well, it's built around conversations rather than users. We think it's more natural for humans to socialize around conversations. http://www.echowaves.com/ [Less]

167K lines of code

0 current contributors

about 9 years since last commit

2 users on Open Hub

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Travel Intelligence - EmberJS Starter Kit

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  Analyzed about 7 hours ago

EmberJS basic front-end

26.6K lines of code

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almost 7 years since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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5.0
 
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Maestro

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  Analyzed about 7 hours ago

Maestro is a cloud provisioning, configuration, and management utility for your Ruby and Ruby On Rails applications. Simply declare the structure of your clouds via configuration files, create Chef recipes to configure the nodes in your clouds, and Maestro takes care of the rest.

5.47K lines of code

0 current contributors

almost 10 years since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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0.0
 
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jquery-ujs

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  Analyzed about 11 hours ago

Ruby on Rails unobtrusive scripting adapter for jQuery.

5.08K lines of code

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over 2 years since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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0.0
 
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constancy

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This project adds a new validation to ActiveRecord, the object-relational mapping library of Ruby on Rails. This validation is validates_constancy_of. It permits you to protect model attributes from being changed after a record is created. ActiveRecord model classes can be attributed ... [More] validates_constancy_of :attribute_name_here with various options. [Less]

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Licenses: mit

coffemaker

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The CoffeMaker provide a high level API to create search forms and display the search db query results into a paged table. The CoffeMaker includes a SearchMaker and a TableMaker. The TableMaker includes all modern features like paging, and row actions.

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dynamic-file-store

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This plugin no longer works with Rails 2.1 and has subsequently been discontinued. As an alternative, try placing this in application.rb: helper_method :read_fragment_or_cache def read_fragment_or_cache(opts) #puts "read_fragment_or_cahce called. opts = #{opts.inspect}" # Check to ... [More] see if key has expired return nil unless opts[:key] key = opts[:key] expire_at = opts[:expire_at] || Time.now fragment = Rails.cache.read(key, :raw => true) #fragment = read_fragment(key, {:expire_at => expire_at}) if fragment.nil? puts "\n\n Fragment NOT FOUND for key: #{key}\n" # Render whatever should be rendered by the render options to a string for caching. fragment = render_to_string(opts[:render]) Rails.cache.write(key, fragment, :raw => true) #result = write_fragment(opts[:key], fragment) else puts "\n\n Fragment WAS INDEED found for key: #{key}\n" end return fragment endThen you can define cache helper methods (in application.rb, for example) like: helper_method :cached_popular_this_week def cached_popular_this_week fragment = read_fragment_or_cache :key => "home/popular_this_week", :expire_at => 1.hour.ago, :render => {:partial => "shared/popular_this_week"} return fragment endAnd simply call them in your views with: There might be better ways to do all this. Hopefully this is of some help though if you are migrating to Rails 2.1 and beyond. [Less]

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codexchange

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codeXchange is a social coding network with code snipplets, sample applications, tutorials and news posted both by the portal administrators and users as well.

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Licenses: artistic_gpl