Dev-Links #11 - Ruby/Rails/Software links for december/january

15th January 2021 – 348 words

This month, we started to use in our company for daily office presence, which I find pleasant to use and more easy to chat with collegues. Besides, I’ve started to really use Typescript for some production code now.

Ruby & Rails


a minimal, fast, safe sql executor.


Exports Rails URL helpers to TypeScript, inspired by js-routes - bitjourney/ts_routes-rails


An ActiveRecord plugin for managing lists.

Always forget about that gem and then forced to implement sorted lists from all kinds from scratch


Turbo gives you the speed of a single-page web application without having to write any JavaScript. - hotwired/turbo-rails


⚛️ REST services accelerator: Rails gem providing an easy, active-record-like interface for http (hypermedia) json services - local-ch/lhs


JackTrip software allows musicians to sync performances online | Stanford News

A longstanding software program for online music playing has been optimized for slower, home-based internet connections.


A collaborative web application (virtual office) presented as a 16-bit RPG video game - thecodingmachine/workadventure

“Virtual” 2D-Office for teams, also able for self-hosting and connecting a Jitsi instance

Qbserve - Automatic time tracker for Mac

Qbserve keeps track of what you do on your Mac and provides constant feedback on your productivity. This way you can stay focused and develop better habits. It automatically tracks work hours and can generate invoices based on the collected data. No need to remember to start and stop time tracking. Try it for free!