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secureheaders - Manages application of security headers with many safe defaults

  •    Ruby

master represents the unreleased 4.x line. See the upgrading to 4.x doc for instructions on how to upgrade. Bug fixes should go in the 3.x branch for now.The 3.x branch is moving into maintenance mode. See the upgrading to 3.x doc for instructions on how to upgrade including the differences and benefits of using the 3.x branch.

secure_headers - Manages application of security headers with many safe defaults

  •    Ruby

master represents 6.x line. See the upgrading to 4.x doc, upgrading to 5.x doc, or upgrading to 6.x doc for instructions on how to upgrade. Bug fixes should go in the 5.x branch for now. The 3.x branch is moving into maintenance mode. See the upgrading to 3.x doc for instructions on how to upgrade including the differences and benefits of using the 3.x branch.

pdfkit - A Ruby gem to transform HTML + CSS into PDFs using the command-line utility wkhtmltopdf

  •    Ruby

Create PDFs using plain old HTML+CSS. Uses wkhtmltopdf on the back-end which renders HTML using Webkit. Note: The automated installer has been removed.

exception_handler - 💣 Exception Handler 💣 - Custom Rails 4 & 5 error pages (40x/50x errors)

  •    Ruby

With 180,000+ downloads, it is the *only* gem to provide custom 400/500 exception pages for Rails 4 + 5... Following explains how it works. If you need further support, please feel free to email rpeck@frontlineutilities.co.uk...




faraday-http-cache - a faraday middleware that respects HTTP cache

  •    Ruby

a Faraday middleware that respects HTTP cache, by checking expiration and validation of the stored responses. The middleware accepts a store option for the cache backend responsible for recording the API responses that should be stored. Stores should respond to write, read and delete, just like an object from the ActiveSupport::Cache API.

client_ruby - Prometheus instrumentation library for Ruby applications

  •    Ruby

A suite of instrumentation metric primitives for Ruby that can be exposed through a HTTP interface. Intended to be used together with a Prometheus server.There are two Rack middlewares available, one to expose a metrics HTTP endpoint to be scraped by a Prometheus server (Exporter) and one to trace all HTTP requests (Collector).

sidekiq_profiling_middleware - Profile Sidekiq with StackProf & MemoryProfiler

  •    Ruby

Profile Sidekiq with StackProf & MemoryProfiler with optional support for S3 exports. The hooks provided by Ruby that are used by StackProf & MemoryProfiler are not able to distinguish threads well, so you will need to set your Sidekiq concurrency to 1. This will ensure that only one job operates at a time ensuring other jobs don't confuse your memory profile or stacktraces.

activerecord-rack

  •    Ruby

Provides database connection management for standalone ActiveRecord apps built on top of Rack. Unfortunately, in ActiveRecord 5.0, the class ConnectionManagement was removed. So, I've copied it from 4.2 and released it here with minor improvements.


rack-delegate - Rack level reverse proxy.

  •    Ruby

Rack level reverse proxy. Route requests to services with pure Ruby if that's your boat. The boat won't be pretty fast, but you can deploy it on your Heroku's, and what-not-fancy-cloud-services, without a bit of complications. The proxy can sit after the request authentication, or before it, depending on the services you have to route requests to. You can rewrite requests URLs, and the whole Net::HTTPRequest to be sent out.

fog-proxmox - Fog module for Proxmox VE Platform

  •    Ruby

It is intended to satisfy this feature, but Proxmox provider only, and above all this Foreman feature. It is inspired by the great fog-openstack module.

active_endpoint - [WIP] :wrench: ActiveEndpoint is middleware for Rails application that collect and analize request and response per request for route endpoint

  •    Ruby

ActiveEndpoint is middleware for Rails applications that collects and analyses requests and responses per request for endpoint. It works with minimal impact on application's response time. This gem uses ActiveSupport::Notifications and Cache Storage to reduce possible impact on application request / response processing time.