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  1. Ōlelo is a wiki that stores pages in a Git repository, supports many markup styles and has an extensible, hackable architecture! If you want to see a demo installation go to http://www.gitwiki.org/.
  2. Ruby library for rendering safe templates which cannot affect the security of the server they are rendered on.
  3. Konacha is a testing tool for JavaScript applications running on Rails.
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  5. Real-time web apps are all the rage now, and with an awesome framework like Backbone.js, creating them is becoming a much more enjoyable process. I’ve been experimenting with this library recently and I’ve been having a blast. This post is intended to show you how to get a Rails project set up and backbone-ified.
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  7. Selenium on Rails provides an easy way to test Rails application with SeleniumCore[http://www.openqa.org/selenium-core/].This plugin does four things:The Selenium Core files don’t have to pollute /public.No need to create suite files, they are generated on the fly — one suite per directory in /test/selenium (suites can be nested).Instead of writing the test cases in HTML you can use a number of better formats (see Formats).Loading of fixtures and wiping of session (/selenium/setup).
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  8. Generating PDFs in plain Ruby can be a lot of work. Instead, consider generating PDFs from HTML using PDFKit.
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  9. Calendars If dates play an important role in your application, consider adding a date picker or calendar view as shown in this episode.

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