Name: rake, Versions: 12.1.0
Authours: Hiroshi SHIBATA, Eric Hodel, Jim Weirich
Project Page: https://rubygems.org/gems/rake

Info: Rake is a Make-like program implemented in Ruby. Tasks and dependencies are specified in standard Ruby syntax. Rake has the following features: * Rakefiles (rake's version of Makefiles) are completely defined in standard Ruby syntax. No XML files to edit. No quirky Makefile syntax to worry about (is that a tab or a space?) * Users can specify tasks with prerequisites. * Rake supports rule patterns to synthesize implicit tasks. * Flexible FileLists that act like arrays but know about manipulating file names and paths. * Supports parallel execution of tasks.



Name: rack, Versions: 2.0.3
Authours: Christian Neukirchen
Project Page: https://rubygems.org/gems/rack

Info: Rack provides a minimal, modular and adaptable interface for developing web applications in Ruby. By wrapping HTTP requests and responses in the simplest way possible, it unifies and distills the API for web servers, web frameworks, and software in between (the so-called middleware) into a single method call. Also see http://rack.github.io/.



Name: activesupport, Versions: 5.1.4
Authours: David Heinemeier Hansson
Project Page: https://rubygems.org/gems/activesupport

Info: A toolkit of support libraries and Ruby core extensions extracted from the Rails framework. Rich support for multibyte strings, internationalization, time zones, and testing.



Name: rspec-expectations, Versions: 3.6.0
Authours: Steven Baker, David Chelimsky, Myron Marston
Project Page: https://rubygems.org/gems/rspec-expectations

Info: rspec-expectations provides a simple, readable API to express expected outcomes of a code example.



Name: activerecord, Versions: 5.1.4
Authours: David Heinemeier Hansson
Project Page: https://rubygems.org/gems/activerecord

Info: Databases on Rails. Build a persistent domain model by mapping database tables to Ruby classes. Strong conventions for associations, validations, aggregations, migrations, and testing come baked-in.



Name: activemodel, Versions: 5.1.4
Authours: David Heinemeier Hansson
Project Page: https://rubygems.org/gems/activemodel

Info: A toolkit for building modeling frameworks like Active Record. Rich support for attributes, callbacks, validations, serialization, internationalization, and testing.



Name: rails, Versions: 5.1.4
Authours: David Heinemeier Hansson
Project Page: https://rubygems.org/gems/rails

Info: Ruby on Rails is a full-stack web framework optimized for programmer happiness and sustainable productivity. It encourages beautiful code by favoring convention over configuration.



Name: actionpack, Versions: 5.1.4
Authours: David Heinemeier Hansson
Project Page: https://rubygems.org/gems/actionpack

Info: Web apps on Rails. Simple, battle-tested conventions for building and testing MVC web applications. Works with any Rack-compatible server.



Name: sass, Versions: 3.5.1
Authours: Natalie Weizenbaum, Chris Eppstein, Hampton Catlin
Project Page: https://rubygems.org/gems/sass

Info: Sass makes CSS fun again. Sass is an extension of CSS, adding nested rules, variables, mixins, selector inheritance, and more. It's translated to well-formatted, standard CSS using the command line tool or a web-framework plugin.



Name: actionmailer, Versions: 5.1.4
Authours: David Heinemeier Hansson
Project Page: https://rubygems.org/gems/actionmailer

Info: Email on Rails. Compose, deliver, receive, and test emails using the familiar controller/view pattern. First-class support for multipart email and attachments.



Name: rack-test, Versions: 0.7.0
Authours: Bryan Helmkamp
Project Page: https://rubygems.org/gems/rack-test

Info: Rack::Test is a small, simple testing API for Rack apps. It can be used on its own or as a reusable starting point for Web frameworks and testing libraries to build on. Most of its initial functionality is an extraction of Merb 1.0's request helpers feature.



Name: arel, Versions: 8.0.0
Authours: Aaron Patterson, Bryan Helmkamp, Emilio Tagua, Nick Kallen
Project Page: https://rubygems.org/gems/arel

Info: Arel Really Exasperates Logicians Arel is a SQL AST manager for Ruby. It 1. Simplifies the generation of complex SQL queries 2. Adapts to various RDBMSes It is intended to be a framework framework; that is, you can build your own ORM with it, focusing on innovative object and collection modeling as opposed to database compatibility and query generation.



Name: thread_safe, Versions: 0.3.6
Authours: Charles Oliver Nutter, thedarkone
Project Page: https://rubygems.org/gems/thread_safe

Info: A collection of data structures and utilities to make thread-safe programming in Ruby easier



Name: mail, Versions: 2.6.6
Authours: Mikel Lindsaar
Project Page: https://rubygems.org/gems/mail

Info: A really Ruby Mail handler.



Name: railties, Versions: 5.1.4
Authours: David Heinemeier Hansson
Project Page: https://rubygems.org/gems/railties

Info: Rails internals: application bootup, plugins, generators, and rake tasks.



Name: daemons, Versions: 1.2.4
Authours: Thomas Uehlinger
Project Page: https://rubygems.org/gems/daemons

Info: Daemons provides an easy way to wrap existing ruby scripts (for example a self-written server) to be run as a daemon and to be controlled by simple start/stop/restart commands. You can also call blocks as daemons and control them from the parent or just daemonize the current process. Besides this basic functionality, daemons offers many advanced features like exception backtracing and logging (in case your ruby script crashes) and monitoring and automatic restarting of your processes if they crash.



Name: jquery-rails, Versions: 4.3.1
Authours: André Arko
Project Page: https://rubygems.org/gems/jquery-rails

Info: This gem provides jQuery and the jQuery-ujs driver for your Rails 4+ application.



Name: addressable, Versions: 2.5.2
Authours: Bob Aman
Project Page: https://rubygems.org/gems/addressable

Info: Addressable is a replacement for the URI implementation that is part of Ruby's standard library. It more closely conforms to the relevant RFCs and adds support for IRIs and URI templates.



Name: faraday, Versions: 0.13.1
Authours: Rick Olson
Project Page: https://rubygems.org/gems/faraday

Info: HTTP/REST API client library.



Name: sass-rails, Versions: 5.0.6
Authours: wycats, chriseppstein
Project Page: https://rubygems.org/gems/sass-rails

Info: Sass adapter for the Rails asset pipeline.



Name: multipart-post, Versions: 2.0.0
Authours: Nick Sieger
Project Page: https://rubygems.org/gems/multipart-post

Info: Use with Net::HTTP to do multipart form posts. IO values that have #content_type, #original_filename, and #local_path will be posted as a binary file.



Name: sprockets-rails, Versions: 3.2.1
Authours: Joshua Peek
Project Page: https://rubygems.org/gems/sprockets-rails

Info: Sprockets Rails integration



Name: coffee-rails, Versions: 4.2.2
Authours: Santiago Pastorino
Project Page: https://rubygems.org/gems/coffee-rails

Info: CoffeeScript adapter for the Rails asset pipeline.



Name: aws-sdk, Versions: 3.0.1
Authours: Amazon Web Services
Project Page: https://rubygems.org/gems/aws-sdk

Info: The official AWS SDK for Ruby. Provides both resource oriented interfaces and API clients for AWS services.



Name: actionview, Versions: 5.1.4
Authours: David Heinemeier Hansson
Project Page: https://rubygems.org/gems/actionview

Info: Simple, battle-tested conventions and helpers for building web pages.



Name: coderay, Versions: 1.1.2
Authours: Kornelius Kalnbach
Project Page: https://rubygems.org/gems/coderay

Info: Fast and easy syntax highlighting for selected languages, written in Ruby. Comes with RedCloth integration and LOC counter.



Name: eventmachine, Versions: 1.2.5
Authours: Francis Cianfrocca, Aman Gupta
Project Page: https://rubygems.org/gems/eventmachine

Info: EventMachine implements a fast, single-threaded engine for arbitrary network communications. It's extremely easy to use in Ruby. EventMachine wraps all interactions with IP sockets, allowing programs to concentrate on the implementation of network protocols. It can be used to create both network servers and clients. To create a server or client, a Ruby program only needs to specify the IP address and port, and provide a Module that implements the communications protocol. Implementations of several standard network protocols are provided with the package, primarily to serve as examples. The real goal of EventMachine is to enable programs to easily interface with other programs using TCP/IP, especially if custom protocols are required.