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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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== Description A Rack compatible JSON-RPC2 server domain specific language (DSL) - allows JSONRPC APIs to be defined as mountable Rack applications with inline documentation, authentication and type checking. e.g. class Calculator < JSONRPC2::Interface title "JSON-RPC2 Calculator" introduction "This interface allows basic maths calculations via JSON-RPC2" auth_with JSONRPC2::BasicAuth.new({'user' => 'secretword'}) section 'Simple Ops' do desc 'Multiply two numbers' param 'a', 'Number', 'a' param 'b', 'Number', 'b' result 'Number', 'a * b' def mul args args['a'] * args['b'] end desc 'Add numbers' example "Calculate 1 + 1 = 2", :params => { 'a' => 1, 'b' => 1}, :result => 2 param 'a', 'Number', 'First number' param 'b', 'Number', 'Second number' optional 'c', 'Number', 'Third number' result 'Number', 'a + b + c' def sum args val = args['a'] + args['b'] val += args['c'] if args['c'] val end end end
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Create and manage configuration files in Ruby for Ruby. Jeckyl can be used to create a parameters hash from a simple config file written in Ruby, having run whatever checks you want on the file to ensure the values passed in are valid. All you need to do is define a class inheriting from Jeckyl, methods for each parameter, its default, whatever checking rules are appropriate and even a comment for generating templates etc. This is then used to parse a Ruby config file and create the parameters hash. Jeckyl comes complete with a utility to check a config file against a given class and to generate a default file for you to tailor. Type 'jeckyl readme' for more information.
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This library provides a convenient ruby API for representation of an Arduino Library specification, including field and type validation, reading and writing the library.properties file, as well as downloading the official database of Arduino libraries, and offering a highly advanced searching functionality. This gem only offers Ruby API, but for command line usage please checkout the gem called "arli" — Arduino Library Dependency Manager that uses this library behind the scenes.
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A rich language which compiles to ruby. Including type annotations, type checking, macros, annotations, enums and more
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Allows you check if an object match a class expression. It is typically used to check the type of method paraameters. It is an alternative to using Ruby-3 .rbs files but with a different syntax and only dynamic checks Typically you'll include the Constrain module and use #constrain to check the type of method parameters: include Constrain # f takes a String and an array of Integer objects. Raise a Constrain::Error # if parameters doesn't have the expected types def f(a, b) constrain a, String constrain b, [Integer] end Constrain works with ruby-2 (and maybe ruby-3)
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Search for breweries from the convenience of your command line! Install the gem and then type 'brewery-search' to get started. Follow the onscreen instructions to check out breweries in any state, and even filter results by city! Enjoy!
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isup is a command line utility to check if a site is up or down. Type 'isup -h' to see the help page.
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a Rails gem that allows you to validate a URL entered in a form. It validates if the URL exists by hitting it with a HEAD request. The improved version includes retries for common patterns when the head request is refused before giving a failure notice. It also looks up a SITE_URL constant to the user agent in the headers. Also has the option to also check that the URL returns content of a specified type.
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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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Contains validators for date and time values, type checking.
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Iz provides an API for type checking objects.
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The code to check for the iPhone user agent is from http://developer.apple.com. This doesn't have any dependencies. - in app/controllers/application.rb require 'is_it_iphone' class ApplicationController &lt; ActionController::Base include IsItIPhone before_filter :adjust_format_for_iphone # Always show iPhone views end You will have these functions: iphone_user_agent? Returns true if the user agent is an iPhone. (as spec'ed on http://developer.apple.com) iphone_request? Returns true if the request came from an iPhone. Override being an iPhone with ?format=xxxx in the URL. adjust_format_for_iphone Call when you want to show iPhone views to iPhone users. Note: It is recommended by Apple that you default to showing your &quot;normal&quot; html page to iPhone users and allow them to choose if they want an iPhone version. With Rails 2.0, you can use its multiview capabilities by simply adding this to your app: - in config/initializers/mime_types.rb Mime::Type.register_alias &quot;text/html&quot;, :iphone Then, just create your views using suffices of iphone.erb instead of html.erb: index.iphone.erb show.iphone.erb etc. Note: you will probably want to use a Web library specific for iPhone applications. FWIW, I use Da shcode (in the iPhone SDK) to write and debug the iPhone application and then integrate it with my Rails project.
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To get started check out the API Overview. Below is the documentation for each type of API call you can make. https://coinbase.com/api/doc
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Library which allows you to check and sanitize you environment variables, raising exception if required variables are not configured, type-casting non-string variables and exposing them using an idiomatic API.
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Methods for defining type-checked arrays and attributes
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This gem allows you to check the Content-Type of any HTTP-accessible asset.
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