coffee-script

coffee-script

Ruby CoffeeScript is a bridge to the JS CoffeeScript compiler.

Rubygem coffee-script

Total Downloads
12313693
Releases
25
Current Version
2.2.0
Released
2010-03-11 06:00:00 UTC
First Release
2009-12-24 08:00:00 UTC

Github josh/ruby-coffee-script

Watchers
132
Forks
30
Development activity
Inactive
Last commit
2012-07-17 14:28:22 UTC
Top contributors
Contributors
4
Issues

Resources

Submitted Type Title
2012-11-26 19:25:58 UTC
by Matt Hodan
Announcement
www.matthodan.com referencing Jekyll, coffee-script, yui-compressor, closure-compiler, pipeline, assets, Sass, and Less 2  
2012-05-22 20:26:54 UTC
by Ezekiel Templin
Blog Post
blog.alexmaccaw.com referencing Sprockets and coffee-script 1  
2012-03-26 12:31:07 UTC
by Christoph Olszowka
Cheatsheet
gist.github.com referencing Compass, bootstrap-sass, coffee-script, and Sprockets 2  
2011-08-23 15:55:01 UTC
by Christoph Olszowka
Blog Post
robots.thoughtbot.com referencing Barista and coffee-script 0  
2011-08-15 13:05:14 UTC
by Christoph Olszowka
Screencast
railscasts.com referencing Ruby on Rails and coffee-script 2  
2011-06-01 16:59:38 UTC
by Christoph Olszowka
Podcast
rubyrogues.com referencing Haml, Sass, coffee-script, Tilt, Slim, Mustache, Markaby, Tagz, Rdiscount, Liquid, Bluecloth, and RedCloth 1  
2011-06-01 15:43:03 UTC
by Christoph Olszowka
Guide
michaelvanrooijen.com referencing Ruby on Rails, coffee-script, and therubyracer 1  
2011-05-26 17:13:37 UTC
by Christoph Olszowka
Screencast
railscasts.com referencing Ruby on Rails and coffee-script 1  
2011-05-02 15:31:55 UTC
by Christoph Olszowka
Screencast
teachmetocode.com referencing coffee-script 0  
2011-03-24 16:52:40 UTC
by Christoph Olszowka
Guide
amix.dk referencing coffee-script 0  

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