I contributed some commits to Rails. The following is my adventures in the wonderland of Open Source 👇
A modern gem manager.
HTML processing filters and utilities
Writing Fast Ruby -- Collect Common Ruby idioms.
Twitter emoji in Ruby
Software Engineers's lab workbook.
The Ruby Spec Suite
Source code of RedDotRubyConf 2016
Dasherize your projects
Source of https://reread.io
Automated review for code style
The Ruby community's gem hosting service.
Ruby translation of Peter Norvig's solution to When is Cheryl's birthday problem
Solving the second hard problem in Computer Science.
Ruby on Rails
Sanitizers for Rails 4.2+
Stop saying "you forgot to …" in code review
Manage your application's gem dependencies with less pain
Provides iteration per second benchmarking for Ruby
Ruby toolkit for GitHub REST API.
A Ruby Client to interact with OJAD.
Load/Overload YAML/JSON file(s) into desired constant.
Get unicodes by range and exclude reserved words.
Resolve connection URL into Hash.
Use GitHub to track your application errors!
Find where a gem is located.
Find out if a given gem and version is outdated or not.
Find how deep is your Array or Hash.
Orval, is a Belgian trappist beer.
Easily switch normalizer you want to use with Active Normalizer
Create an exception with backtrace has never been easier
Load YAML and JSON easily and safely with Active Loader.
I'm feeling lucky!
📂 Open the repository in your browser, yay!
📖 Parse git remote url
Rouge integration with HTML::Pipeline.
Twemoji plugin for Jekyll.
A Simple Mocking Library in Ruby
Organize your images for Android.
Get operating system name
A common repository of Rails version metadata.
Sort Ruby & JRuby versions
Adding Singlish support to the Ruby language
Shared Ruby Scripts
Emoji keywords to unicode mapping in easily consumable format
Autolink GitHub urls.
The only thing that's changed is nothing.
Find out what's new in a project
Rails helpers based on opinionated project practices. Currently useful for structuring CSS and JS.
📖 Parse git remote url.
Source of the https://www.ruby-lang.org website.
Learn Git and GitHub. Try the new desktop version →
Things to know about Taipei for our overseas friends!
Things to know about Singapore for our overseas friends!
Remote resources for you and me
Links of Ruby Tools for doing Performance.
List of 2136 common Japanese kanjis from IPA Information-technology Promotion Agency, Japan
I am on the editorial team of the https://ruby-lang.org. I translated Ruby on Rails Doctrine, Ruby on Rails Guides, Rails Girls Guides, Code Guide, and a book. Some other work listed below:
The Source of http://rails.ruby.tw
The source of http://guides.ruby-china.org
Official guide and blog of Rails Girls Taiwan Community
Ruby Style Guide in Chinese
Rails Style Guide in Chinese
Git Style Guide in Chinese
A community coding style guide for the Clojure programming language
Google Common Lisp Style Guide in Chinese
From Conferencia Rails 2011: Functional Programming with Ruby