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Kvraudio.com – Open Standard Audio Plugins

Kvraudio.com is the homepage for KRV Audio Plugin Resources, a community and news site for Open Standard Audio Plugins. The site aims to supply up-to-date news to the VST, DX, AU, and LADSPA community in a friendly and up-front manner. To that end, KVR covers and supports many Open Standard Plugins, such as VST, DirectX, Audio Units (Mac OS X) and LADSPA (Linux). By Open Standard they refer to the fact that the Software Development...

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Merbivore.com – The New MVC Handler

Merb is a MVC handler. In non-programming speak, Merb separates data from user interface so programmers and engineers can work on interface without messing up the data handling. Merb can be compared to Ruby on Rails but with a lot more flexibility. That’s the beauty of Merb—it’s adaptable. Merb is agnostic in many ways: ORM, JavaScript library, and template language. Instead, it uses plug-ins allowing for easy integration with a...

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ennerchi.com/projects/jrails – JQuery on Rails

JRails, which has recently been released, is a jQuery alternate for Prototype/script.aculo. us on Rails. It gives you the same Rails helpers for javascript, but using the lighter weight jQuery library. The initial release is capable of supporting basic Ajax calls, RJS, observers, and to a limited extent draggables, droppables, sortables and visual effects. Some drop-in functionality for Prototype, Scriptaculous and RJS is available...

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code.google.com/p/bundle-fu – Rails Plugin for Bundling

Bundle-Fu is a RubyOnRails plugin for bundling together Javascript and CSS, so instead of having fifteen lines of code, you’ll have a tidy two lines. Thus, you’ll have less links to concern yourself with on your Rails enabled pages. Using bundle-fu doesn’t require a separate config file, there are no server restarts, nor will you have spend your precious time rewriting existing assets include code. Furthermore,...

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AgileWebDevelopment.com – The Original Rails Directory

If you love Rails, you’ll no doubt become enamored with AgileWebDevelopment, the web’s largest directory of Ruby on Rails plug-ins. They’ve currently got some seven hundred plug-ins catalogued away on site, so chances are if you want it, they’ll have it. To keep you updated they’ve implemented RSS feeds and a ‘recently added’ category for the old school types. Plug-ins are listed by category...

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