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sinatra - Classy web-development dressed in a DSL (official / canonical repo)

  •    Ruby

The code you changed will not take effect until you restart the server. Please restart the server every time you change or use sinatra/reloader. It is recommended to also run gem install thin, which Sinatra will pick up if available.

pagy - The ultimate pagination ruby gem

  •    Ruby

Pagy is the ultimate pagination gem that outperforms the others in each and every benchmark and comparison. The best way to quickly get an idea about Pagy is comparing it to the other well known gems.

express - Fast, unopinionated, minimalist web framework for node.

  •    Javascript

Fast, unopinionated, minimalist web framework for node. This is a Node.js module available through the npm registry.

generator - Express' application generator

  •    Javascript

Express' application generator. This generator can also be further configured with the following command line flags.




simple-navigation - A ruby gem for creating navigations (with multiple levels) for your Rails, Sinatra or Padrino applications

  •    Ruby

Simple Navigation is a ruby library for creating navigations (with multiple levels) for your Rails, Sinatra or Padrino applications. It runs with all ruby versions (including ruby 2.x). For the complete documentation, take a look at the project's wiki.

jekyll-auth - A simple way to use GitHub OAuth to serve a protected Jekyll site to your GitHub organization

  •    Ruby

Every time you push to Heroku, we take advantage of the fact that Heroku automatically runs the rake assets:precompile command (normally used for Rails sites) to build our Jekyll site and store it statically, just like GitHub pages would. Anytime a request comes in for a page, we run it through Sinatra (using the _site folder as the static file folder, just as public would be normally), and authenticate it using sinatra_auth_github.

ginatra - A web frontend for Git repositories

  •    Ruby

Ginatra is a simple web-based git repository browser built on Ruby Sinatra. There are 2 ways to install Ginatra: as a packaged Ruby gem or as a Sinatra app. It's recommended to install it as a ruby gem, unless you know what you're doing.

dawnscanner - Dawn is a static analysis security scanner for ruby written web applications

  •    Ruby

dawnscanner is a source code scanner designed to review your ruby code for security issues. dawnscanner version 1.6.6 has 235 security checks loaded in its knowledge base. Most of them are CVE bulletins applying to gems or the ruby interpreter itself. There are also some check coming from Owasp Ruby on Rails cheatsheet.


sinatra-template - A base Sinatra application template with DataMapper, and RSpec

  •    Ruby

A base Sinatra application template. Just fork and build. Yay! Includes Bundler, DataMapper, and RSpec, all ready to go. Dependencies and all configuration is done in environment.rb. Your database is also set up here. DataMapper will use sqlite3 by default. Tests use the sqlite3-memory adapter (no configuration needed).

lor - a fast, minimalist web framework for lua based on OpenResty

  •    Lua

A fast and minimalist web framework based on OpenResty. opm install is supported from v0.2.2.

async_sinatra - A plugin for Sinatra to provide a DSL extension for using Thin for asynchronous responses

  •    Ruby

A Sinatra plugin to provide convenience whilst performing asynchronous responses inside of the Sinatra framework running under async webservers. To properly utilise this package, some knowledge of EventMachine and/or asynchronous patterns is recommended.

sinatra.github.com - “The best revenge is massive success.”

  •    HTML

This repo contains the Sinatra website and documentation sources published at http://sinatra.github.com/. It would be appreciated if you could introduce your changes using the indented Sass syntax (.sass) in one of the existing Sass partials or if needed via new ones of your own. Not a friend of curlies and stuff.

darrrr - An SDK for the delegated recovery specfication

  •    Ruby

The Delegated Account Recovery Rigid Reusable Ruby (aka D.a.r.r.r.r. or "Darrrr") library is meant to be used as the fully-complete plumbing in your Rack application when implementing the Delegated Account Recovery specification. This library is currently used for the implementation at GitHub.Along with a fully featured library, a proof of concept application is provided in this repo.

node-kickstart - Simple Node.js example app with support for jade, less, ssl certificates…

  •    Javascript

Preconfigured Express environment with less and jade rendering. See http://github.com/semu/node-kickstart-example for usage.

example-ruby-sinatra - A simple Ruby app for Deis, the open source PaaS

  •    Ruby

This guide will walk you through deploying a Ruby application on Deis Workflow.

graphql.js-demo - GraphQL.js Sinatra Example

  •    Ruby

This is a ToDo app example that uses GraphQL.js, Sinatra and GraphQL-Ruby.The main focus here to create GraphQL JavaScript clients easily. Please read the following code to see how easy to query a GraphQL server.

fp-sin - Simple Sinatra shell with all the goodies.

  •    Ruby

Simple Sinatra shell with all the goodies.I added quite a few things.

gitlab-live - Interactive online shell for GitLab API

  •    Javascript

Interactive online shell for GitLab REST API, based on gitlab client CLI. Can be used for administration tasks, as an interactive way to try out GitLab API, or as a debugging aid during development. Make sure to set the right credentials (API endpoint and private token) in settings before executing commands.

busker - An extremely simple web framework.

  •    Ruby

An extremely simple web framework. It's called Busker as a reference to Sinatra. It mimics Sinatra in some aspects while still trying to stay a true wanderer of the streets. Sinatra is about 2000 lines of code (nothing you would directly, as in copy the code, embed in your single-file project) while Busker is less than 50 lines of code. Plus Sinatra depends on Rack and Tilt. Both external Gems while one of Buskers design principles is to only rely on modules that are within the Ruby Standard Library.