URL Rewriting

rack-rewrite

A rack middleware for enforcing rewrite rules. In many cases you can get away with rack-rewrite instead of writing Apache mod_rewrite rules.

Rubygem rack-rewrite

Total Downloads
285851
Releases
17
Current Version
1.4.01
Released
2013-09-13 00:00:00 UTC
First Release
2009-10-10 07:00:00 UTC

Github jtrupiano/rack-rewrite

Watchers
504
Forks
41
Development activity
Less active
Last commit
2014-01-09 18:53:41 UTC

Refraction

Reflection is a Rails plugin and standalone Rack middleware library. Give up quirky config syntax and use plain old Ruby for your rewrite and redirection rules.

Rubygem refraction

Total Downloads
78156
Releases
6
Current Version
0.2.0
Released
2010-02-01 08:00:00 UTC
First Release
2009-10-29 10:00:00 UTC
Depends on following gems
Depending Gems
0

Github joshsusser/refraction

Watchers
231
Forks
8
Development activity
Inactive
Last commit
2010-07-30 15:51:32 UTC
Top contributors
Contributors
2
Issues

redirect

Redirect is a simple Ruby redirect DSL build on Rack. It's like a simple Ruby mod_rewrite, so you can write and test your redirects in Ruby.

Rubygem redirect

Total Downloads
10757
Releases
10
Current Version
0.4.3
Released
2011-12-26 23:00:00 UTC
First Release
2009-02-18 23:00:00 UTC
Depends on following gems
Depending Gems
0

Github p8/redirect

Watchers
6
Forks
1
Development activity
Inactive
Last commit
2011-12-27 22:41:39 UTC
Top contributors
p8 and mdh
Contributors
2
Issues

desviar

Desviar provides URL redirection; some possible applications include: - Web signup process - Continuous-deploy servers - Online ticket sales

Rubygem desviar

Total Downloads
3610
Releases
9
Current Version
0.0.18
Released
2013-08-04 00:00:00 UTC
First Release
2013-07-28 00:00:00 UTC

Github instantlinux/desviar

Watchers
3
Forks
1
Development activity
Less active
Last commit
2013-08-05 17:12:34 UTC
First commit
Top contributors
Contributors
1
Issues
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