Forum: Ruby on Rails GemBundle: A gem tracking/discovery tool

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08b96ab0385e9023d3b37f77e55258b3?d=identicon&s=25 Steven Magelowitz (stevepm)
on 2014-06-06 11:22
Hello everyone,

I am a new developer, started programming about 3 months ago. As part of
my first rails project, I decided to build a tool to help me keep track
of gems. I decided to turn that idea social, utilizing the data from
people's saves as a way for others to discover cool gems. I found it
difficult to discover new and cool gems from ruby-toolbox and rubygems
and so I built my own.

You can check it out at http://www.gembundle.com. Currently, the
features are as follows:
Once you login you can:
1.  Favorite gems - storing them in your profile.
2.  Comment on gems - youtube videos and gists are supported if they are
within anchor tags.
Without logging in:
3.  Search for gems based on keywords or names.
4.  View gems sorted by total amount of likes/saves for a gem.
5.  View gems sorted by total downloads.

New features, based on suggestions I've gotten are coming soon. Thanks
for taking a look.
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