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Apptentive, Inc.

Apptentive, Inc.

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apptentive-ios

The iOS Apptentive Client. Is your app Apptentive?

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apptentive-android

Apptentive Android SDK

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apptentive-documentation

Apptentive Documentation

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Specs

forked from CocoaPods/Specs

A repository of CocoaPods (cocoapods.org) specifications.

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PrefixedTTTAttributedLabel

forked from mattt/TTTAttributedLabel

A drop-in replacement for UILabel that supports attributes, data detectors, links, and more

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apptentive-titanium

Apptentive module for Titanium

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apptentive-xamarin

Apptentive Xamarin component

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apptentive-trigger-io

Apptentive Trigger.io Integration and Samples

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apptentive-osx

Apptentive framework for OS X.

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tender-api

Ruby wrapper for the Tender API

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chef-rbenv

forked from fnichol/chef-rbenv

Chef cookbook for rbenv. Manages rbenv and its installed rubies. Several LWRPs are also defined.

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rack-oauth2-server

forked from demandforce/rack-oauth2-server

For issues and pull requests, please use this repo:

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PrefixedJSONKit

forked from johnezang/JSONKit

Objective-C JSON

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iptables

forked from opscode-cookbooks/iptables

Development repository for Opscode Cookbook iptables

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foreman

forked from ddollar/foreman

Manage Procfile-based applications

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foreman-export-initscript

forked from lzgo/foreman-export-initscript

Export foreman Procfile to a init script

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rollout_ui

forked from mintdigital/rollout_ui

RolloutUI: A slick way to rollout features in your web app.

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desk

forked from chriswarren/desk

A Ruby wrapper for the Assistly REST API

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rollout

forked from FetLife/rollout

Feature flippers.

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hirefire

forked from meskyanichi/hirefire

HireFire automatically "hires" and "fires" (aka "scales") Delayed Job and Resque workers on Heroku. When there are no queue jobs, HireFire will fire (shut down) all workers. If there are queued jobs, then it'll hire (spin up) workers. The amount of workers that get hired depends on the amount of queued jobs (the ratio can be configured by you). HireFire is great for both high, mid and low traffic applications. It can save you a lot of money by only hiring workers when there are pending jobs, and then firing them again once all the jobs have been processed. It's also capable to dramatically reducing processing time by automatically hiring more workers when the queue size increases.

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