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A number of React components that can be used as a starting point to create APM websites
Amat React renders Prose Mirror JSON Documents as HTML
A React component that takes an array of Image objects from our American Public Media's Images API and turns it into a slideshow, with some options
really simple site crawler with diff output
Takes an endpoint from APM's Images API and turns it into an <img /> object with srcset.
React container for rendering oembed scripts within HTML string content.
Puppet couchbase module for auto-scaling of couchbase with puppet
Simple library to manage first party, embedly, and custom oembeds
A collection of interesting software, processes, and methodologies built and used across Public Media.
Doorkeeper is an OAuth 2 provider for Ruby on Rails / Grape.
This is the backend API for APM's cross-site user audio playlist feature. It is designed as a Rails engine for easier integration into other sites.
Connects business objects and REST web services
An Alexa skill for The Current
Ruby client for mod_auth_tkt
A base library to make it easier to compose Alexa skill handlers use each other's intents
Some base intents and helpers for MPR Alexa skills
Example of using the rateitapp in a Rails application
A Rails engine for rating items. Validates users using oAuth and the rated thing using injected plugins.
An application to make polls from voting on songs.
The user interface for APM's playlist management application, APMGo
Slimdown is a simple gem to allow you to easily add static pages to your app via a folder full of Markdown files.
An awesome utility to manage all your processes in development environment
Ruby Samba Client
Fuel SDK for Ruby
Simple menu elements for ProseMirror
A validator for syndicated feeds. It works with Atom, RSS feeds as well as OPML and KML formats.
NuWav is a pure Ruby audio WAVE file parser and writer.
waveinfo is a pure-ruby gem to get the information from the headers of Wave (.wav) files.