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Eloquent is a powerful Bible study tool for Mac OS X, supporting features such as services, to access the Bible in any program. It uses the Sword Library to work with bible texts, commentaries, dictionaries.
Planet Mongo is a concise, versatile web content manager. It boasts quick and easy setup, as it doesn't use any MySQL. PMCMS focuses on websites that do not need the bulk of large content managers, while maintaining eloquent flexibility and ease of use.
Eloquence is a modul for the e17 desktop (www.enlightenment.org), showing the song, an audio player currently plays, on a transparent, borderless window and give you a way to control at least some basic functions (play/pause, next/prev song, volume) by pressing different mouse keys in eloquence.
Do you know why experienced Ruby programmers tend to reach for basic collections and hashes while programmers from other languages go for more specialized classes? Do you know the difference between strip, chop, and chomp, and why there are three such similar methods when apparently one might suffice? (Not to mention lstrip and rstrip!) Do you know the downsides of dynamic typing? Do you know why the differences between strings and symbols get so blurry, even to experienced Ruby developers? How
Looking to use Validating on Laravel 4.2+? [Take a look at the 4.2 branch for documentation and installation instructions](https://github.com/dwightwatson/validating/tree/0.10). The Laravel 4.2 version is better suited to doing form validation; it supports custom validation messages, confirmation rules and multiple rulesets. Because Laravel 5.0 has `FormRequest` validation Validating is now designed to keep your core data valid and leave form validation to the framework.