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ThirdPal

by Nota Bene Software in Developer Tools

Get slack notifications when 3rd party services you use go down. Adds /thirdpal command that can query status of services. N.b. To test the app we created a test service that changes status every 10 minutes. When yo...
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awesome-tools

by mgtt in Developer Tools

Inpsired by the awesome lists, awesome-tools is an app that allows users to see the best tools on Github, sorted by number of stars. All search results can be filtered by tags for more specificity.
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Fennel

by Cossacs in Developer Tools

Data extractor and visualizer for Rails. `fennel` is a Rails engine that makes cherry-picking data from production to development box dead-simple, which significantly speeds up investigation of data-related issues in pr...
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analizer

by rodacato in Developer Tools

Web page performance and metrics made easy for developers, just leave it to me, I will do the hard work collecting data from industry standard rules and present them to you in a easy way, with clear insights. Not only t...
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octographr

by lttl in Developer Tools

This app should show dependencies between classes in givem github repository. Main objective is to show dependencies between classes in Scala code (including composition and aggregation).
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Nameit

by ZubKonst in Developer Tools

Nameit uses the power of Open Source Code to find the best name that fits your description. Nameit parses comments in Open Source Code and uses ElasticSearch to find the best match for your description.
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Contributron

by Hecbuma in Developer Tools

Contributron is a open source contributions dashboard for your Github organization, it will give you information like: - Who in your team is contributing to open source - Which repositories your team is contributing to...
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Deadliner

by CobolConsultants in Developer Tools

“Deadlines just aren't real to me until I'm staring one in the face.” - Rick Riordan
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What should I use?

by GURU-PR in Developer Tools

Which authentication gem should I use? Devise or Clearence? Which html select should I use? Select2 or Chosen? Tell you, I cannot, but help you, I must. Yes, hmmm. This or That compares two github repositories, so...
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DB Link

by squirrel bang in Developer Tools

Create public URL to access your local PostgreSQL server
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lrnd

by MásRumbleMásPlata in Developer Tools

Learn. Commit. Share. lrnd.io indexes what you learned and shares it with the community. With our plugin, simply append '--lrn <what you learned>' to your commit message and let us take care of the rest. From a high...
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Gemsavvy

by Red Miners in Developer Tools

gemsavvy is an awesome new way to share your Ruby trade tools with your community. Plus a chance to discover potential new gems to optimise your workflow, solve problems, or even spark debates with fellow developers. H...
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QADesk

by Koombea Knights in Developer Tools

We’ve created an online workplace for the world, a new way to do QA, we are connecting QA managers and testers with clients. Also, we are helping app owners to QA their apps easily, without complications.
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Gittens

by gittens in Developer Tools

Ever wondered what kind of kitten your Github repo would be? Well, okay, maybe you didn't, but it doesn't hurt to know. On a more serious note, gittens provides a way to size up a Github repo at a glance. How mature...
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First Steps

by wurde in Developer Tools

First Steps automates the initial tasks of any open source project.
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Peasant

by Gravastar in Developer Tools

Using Capybara DSL, you are able to define scenario for testing your staging or production app. Tests are performed immediatly after you enable the scenario. Then these scenarios are performed recurrently. Get multip...
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Had Read

by Crazy Monkey Voodoo Priest in Developer Tools

bookmarks parsed form your github repo ! Just fork a had-read/reading-log repository to your Github profile and the application will parse any links as a bookmarks No need to Sign Up, no need to provide email and ...
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Shrugbot

by Modern Massage in Developer Tools

Shrugbot is a ticket maintenance bot that will take action on old or blocked tickets. The goal of shrugbot is to help sweep up the dusty corners of your Github ticketing system and surface tickets that are now free to move...
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Cheatsheets Rocks!

by TiltBox in Developer Tools

A simple, yet useful application for creating and sharing cheatsheets
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MutationStation

by TinderBox in Developer Tools

MutationStation is a tool that evaluates the strength of RSpec tests in a Ruby application. It can be used on personal projects, or as a way to find meaningful areas to contribute to open source projects.
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GitHug

by interno14 in Developer Tools

GitHug helps you discover new interesting repositories on GitHub taking your preferences into account. A simple machine learning algorithm will evaluate your preferences against the public GitHub repos and will offer y...
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APItastic

by slaV7 in Developer Tools

Tired of worrying about your application API? Ever had a customer report an issue about your API to you? APItastic is here to save the day! APItastic aids you in ensuring that your application API is always up and runni...
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Testatic

by Testatic in Developer Tools

Testatic brings a new level of reviewing GitHub pull requests. Every change you have in your Rails application pull request is automatically deployed to a separate server and becomes available for anyone. If you struggle w...
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Autobot

by CognitiveClouds in Developer Tools

Autobot is an amazing code generator which "develops" all the code you need for a complete REST API. In addition to this, you can add, as well as extend the features provided according to your needs as you are in full cont...