Roles UI is a graphic interface library for Ruby on Rails which provides the ability to manage roles and permissions in realtime for applications which use Cancan. It is a Rails engine, so it has its own namespace. You can reach Roles UI in /roles_ui. Roles UI consist of two main entities, Role and Permission. Each Role may have a permission set. Roles belongs to users. Roles UI extends your User model so you don't need to create this association. By default, Roles UI is configured to work with the User model.
jQuery.carouFredSel is a plugin which turns any kind of HTML element into a carousel. It can scroll one or multiple items simultaneously, horizontally or vertically, in an infinite and circular manner, automatically or by user interaction, and is responsive. It was built using jQuery-library, so you can use it on your blog or website on any kind of managed hosting server.
Teamspark is a clean and simple project/task management tool. It helps to record every piece of information related to your project, let people discuss and share ideas freely within the team, let everyone in the team know everything about the projects within the team, and enable realtime collaboration.
Palmoto Bee is an application that injects Google Drive forms into any Web page using CORS (Cross Domain Scripting). The form and accompanying tools can be used to capture data from the host Web page such as text, HTML, image URLs, document metadata, etc. When submitted, the data is collected and stored on Google Drive along with your other documents. It is a useful tool for doing research such as academic referencing, Web page analysis, searching for a new job, or looking for a best buy - the application can help you capture the interesting bits when and as you find them on the Web.
AJAPH is an object that can send AJAX requests and process the responses. It supports HTTP GET or POST requests, and synchronous or asynchronous requests with optional parameters. It can set a given page element to an image while waiting for the response. Request responses can be handled as HTML, XML, JSON, or text.