Visifire is a set of data visualization components powered by Microsoft Silverlight. It lets you create and embed visually stunning animated Silverlight Charts within minutes. Visifire is easy to use and independent of the server side technology. It can be used with ASP, ASP.Net, PHP, JSP, ColdFusion, Ruby on Rails, or just simple HTML. Visifire's unique features are visually stunning animated charts, the ability to be embedded into any Web page in minutes, a tiny footprint (140 KB), and enterprise grade features.
Cgictrl is a CGI framework for Ruby. It allows you to use the structure of a mainframe program (like on IBM's CICS) with CGI. Programs are selected by transaction codes, and the CGI program indicates the next transaction code to continue the conversation process. Basically, one CGI program sends only one kind of view, and processes input data from only this view. Each program can store internal data in a SPA (Scratch Pad Area) on the server, which is allocated uniquely per session.
Ruby PHP Serializer is a Ruby module providing workalikes of PHP's serialize() and unserialize() functions, enabling it to manipulate serialized PHP data structures. It supports Array, Hash, String, Fixnum, Float, NilClass, TrueClass, FalseClass, and Struct, and has some support for arbitary object handling.
Gravacacher is very simple and lightweight caching server designed for one specific purpose: to cache avatar images from services like www.gravatar.com, which provide "globally recognized avatars". Typically, Gravacacher will be deployed on sites that host blogs or forums which depend on gravatars. Gravacacher supports a security mechanism that allows it to answer only queries made via URLs generated by your server software, such as blog or forum engines, permanent cached entities, and both positive and negative TTLs when caching.
Ruby/Amazon is a simple Ruby library that allows one to retrieve information from the popular Amazon.com Website via Amazon Web Services v3. It aims to wrap the grunt work of interacting with the Amazon API behind a high-level layer of Ruby and, in so doing, make it easier to use. Ruby/Amazon is succeeded by Ruby/AWS.