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Extract Common Colors From An Image Using Ruby

Here’s a great snippet of Ruby script that  you might find helpful, especially if you’re working on a site’s color scheme based on an image source. This code will basically take an image via a provided path or URL that directs to it, extract the seven most common colors it finds and then return their […]

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Capturing Website Screenshots With Ruby

Today I thought I’d feature this nice open source Gem that some of you might like to add to your Ruby application. It’s called GrabzIt, which is a free library that supports multiple programming languages which allows you to programmatically take screenshots of a website. This very flexible Gem can be called from any type […]

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Analyse Executable Files For Malware Using Ruby

We haven’t featured a Ruby-related tutorial for quite a while now so here’s a nice, simple but nonetheless useful snippet of Ruby code from Keiran Smith that is definitely worth sharing with the rest of you here at BlogFreakz. It’s a script that analyses executable files for malware and displays system calls. #!/usr/bin/env ruby # […]

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Installing Node.js Packages And Ruby Gems In Virtualenv

When you’re using Python’s virtualenv in your project, there might come a time when you’re going to be required to use libraries in other languages. When that happens, chances are you might want to have them installed in your virtual environment as well. This tutorial from 2general will show you how to do just that […]

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ActiveAdmin – Administration Framework For Ruby on Rails Applications

Active Admin is a Ruby on Rails plugin for generating administration style interfaces. It abstracts common business application patterns to make it simple for developers to implement beautiful and elegant interfaces with very little effort.

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Fructose – Now You Can Compile Your Ruby Into PHP

Fructose is a subset of Ruby that’s designed to be compiled into PHP 5.x. The generated code should run on any PHP version above 5.0. Most major Ruby features are supported, including operator overloading and blocks. Eventually, most of the Ruby standard library will be available to Fructose programs via libfructose.

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Locomotive – Open Source CMS For Rails

Locomotive is a simple but powerful CMS based on liquid templates and mongodb database.  Locomotive CMS does not use a classic sql database such as mysql or postgresql but rather a nosql database named mongodb.

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Holla – An Open Source Chat Application

Holla is a group chat application, a bit like Campfire. The UI is built in a RIA fashion – i.e. is totally asynchronous and super fast. You can create channels, then invite friends to those channels, chat and share files. The interface is totally asynchronous, which is one of the most important aspects of Holla. You can CRUD […]

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Most Popular Ruby Based Open Source Social Networking Platform

Ruby on Rails is an open source web application framework for the Ruby programming language. It is intended to be Used with an Agile development methodology That Is Used by Web developers for rapid development. There are lots of Websites That use it including popular ones like Twitter, github, Scribd and many more. If you […]

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Bowline – Powerful Ruby Desktop Applications Framework

Bowline is a framework for making cross platform desktop applications in Ruby, HTML and JavaScript. If you’ve ever wished creating a desktop application was as simple as creating a Rails website, Bowline’s for you. Bowline respects MVC, you can design your views in HTML5/CSS3 – then bind them to your Ruby models. There’s no request/response […]

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