Screenshot-driven assertions for testing RubyMotion applications.
Updated March 19, 2014
forked from tkadauke/motion-resource
Access RESTful resources from your iOS app. Inspired by ActiveResource.
Updated March 07, 2014
a terribly awesome Rails app template
Updated March 03, 2014
forked from qrush/motion-settings-bundle
Create a Settings.bundle for your RubyMotion app
Updated January 27, 2014
forked from mattgreen/webstub
Easily stub out HTTP responses in RubyMotion specs
Updated January 21, 2014
Updated December 10, 2013
A RubyMotion DSL to add subviews that are styled with Pixate
Updated October 30, 2013
forked from alloy/MotionData
An experiment in using Core Data in a Ruby-ish way with RubyMotion
Updated October 10, 2013
forked from aai/mapbox-rails
Integrate MapBox.js with the Rails asset pipeline
Updated July 18, 2013
forked from rubymotion/teacup
A community-driven DSL for creating user interfaces on iOS. Follow @teacup_rb for commit notifications.
Updated July 12, 2013
forked from AFNetworking/AFIncrementalStore
Core Data Persistence with AFNetworking, Done Right
Updated July 02, 2013
forked from usepropeller/afmotion
AFMotion is a thin RubyMotion wrapper for AFNetworking
Updated June 25, 2013
Demo RubyMotion app that uses Pixate and Sass for styling, motion-pixate-layout for creating view elements, and a simple vendored wrapper to enable live style changes in the simulator.
Updated May 30, 2013
forked from zipmark/rspec_api_documentation
Automatically generate API documentation from RSpec
Updated April 21, 2013
forked from rubymotion/BubbleWrap
Cocoa wrappers and helpers for RubyMotion (Ruby for iOS) - Making Cocoa APIs more Ruby like, one API at a time. Fork away and send your pull requests.
Updated April 04, 2013
forked from Adaptly/activerecord-uuid
Adds UUID magic
Updated February 11, 2013
forked from texticle/texticle
Texticle exposes full text search capabilities from PostgreSQL, and allows you to declare full text indexes. Texticle will extend ActiveRecord with named_scope methods making searching easy and fun!
Updated October 17, 2012
Guardrail captures validation errors from your Ruby on Rails application to help you identify and fix user experience issues. The GuardrailNotifier gem makes it easy to hook up your Rails app to the Guardrail web service.
Updated October 13, 2012
Leverage google search to get educated guesses about proper capitalization of words and phrases
Updated July 10, 2012