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A gem that provides DSL for serialization of plain old Ruby objects to JSON in a declarative style by defining a `schema`. It also provides a trivial type checking in the runtime before serialization.
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MooseX is an extension of Ruby object DSL. The main goal of MooseX is to make Ruby Object Oriented programming easier, more consistent, and less tedious. With MooseX you can think more about what you want to do and less about the mechanics of OOP. It is a port of Moose/Moo from Perl to Ruby world, providing method delegation, type check, traits, monads, plugins, lazy attributes, aspects and much more.
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Type-checked serializers for your Ruby objects
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A type coercion lib works with Sorbet's static type checker and type definitions; raises an error if the coercion fails.
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Makes sure users don't accidentally create an account for the wrong e-mail address. Because 'gmial' isn't actually what they meant to type. Similarly, 'yaho.com', or the strange-but-true '.c0m'. Not even making that one up. If you're concerned about false-positives, it's super-easy to check. There's only a single method. Also, it's fully-tested.
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All the flexibility of a Ruby Struct, but with type checking on its properties. Also benefit from being able to define complex types using RBS type notation.
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Flags is a framework for Ruby which allows the definition of command-line flags, which are parsed in and can be accessed smartly from within your Ruby code. This framework allows for numerous different flag types, and takes care of the process of type conversion and flag validation (type and value checking).
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Custom form field_tag of range-slider with text_field type selector. You can either choose from drop down or enter your own value and the slider will auto-adjust or you can use the slider to adjust values. This all through on form field f.slide_selector. Check out https://github.com/Touqeer-tqr/custom-form for sample app
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rubber-c-binder allows a rubyish means of generating bindings for C libraries, including (but not limited to) GObject based libraries. It allows C code to be written in the context of a ruby style class/method layout and eases type checking and conversion between Ruby & C datatypes.
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