Ruby app templates

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Stripe Payment Gateway Integration with Ruby on Rails

To integrate a custom Stripe payment gateway in Ruby on Rails, you need both a backend and a frontend. This example template enables you to quickly set up the backend service for Stripe checkout. It is compatible with any price point you have established through the Stripe API. After adding the API key and directing the backend service to the price ID, you can activate the backend service by clicking the test button. Then, by integrating the Stripe frontend code into a Rails view file according to the given instructions, you instantly create a custom payment page in Ruby on Rails. This method can be used to set up various types of payment pages in Ruby on Rails, including one-time payments and recurring subscriptions.


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Firebase Authentication with Flask Backend

This application integrates Firebase authentication with a Flask backend. The firebaseconfig.js file initializes Firebase using the provided configuration fetched from the backend. It exports the initialized Firebase app and authentication object. The signedin.js file handles sign-in functionality on the client-side. It retrieves user information from session storage upon page load, displays it, and redirects to the sign-in page if the information is not found. It also handles sign-in and sign-out actions, making requests to the backend for authentication. The backend then interacts with Firebase to authenticate users, store user data in session, and handle sign-out requests. Made by BaranDev[]

Create Price with Stripe API

This app uses the Stripe API to create price objects for users. It includes a Flask web service with an endpoint to create a price object. The backend makes an API call to create the price object using the Stripe API. The app displays the price ID after submission.

Fast API Endpoint for Automatic Tweet Posting in Twitter

This app is a fast API endpoint that will automatically post a tweet provided via the API to a company's Twitter account. Can be used in your product to promote certain things happening, for example a product community member does something and you tweet automatically about it. Ideal for automatic tweets posting for company updates. Steps: 1. Sign up for a developer account on (you have to log in with the company's Twitter handle) 2. There's a free option (even though they are pushing the $100 per month basic option you don't need that to get started and for small volumes) 3. Navigate to projects and apps 4. From the consumer keys section copy the API key and Secret into Env Secrets tab in Lazy (make sure variable names are correct) 5. Generate an Access Token and Secret and copy them into Env Secrets tab in Lazy (make sure variable names are correct) THESE MUST HAVE READ AND WRITE ACCESS OTHERWISE IT WON'T WORK 6. Generate a bearer token and add to env secrets 7. Use the Fast API docs page to test app and try to post using the API endpoint or make a sample request directly. 8. Check your Twitter for the post appearing and voila!

Flash Card Generator

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JIRA JQL Generator Slack Bot

This app, named "Slack Mention Jira Query Generator", is designed to assist you in generating Jira Query Language (JQL) queries directly from Slack. When you mention the app in a Slack message, it will generate a JQL based on your message and ask if you want to run the query. If you agree, it will execute the query on Jira and return the results in the same Slack thread. The app is designed to handle multiple users at the same time and ensures that the correct JQL is associated with the user who requested it. It also formats the JQL results to share the links of the issues instead of the actual issue object, making it easier for you to navigate to the issues directly from Slack. To use this app, you will need to provide the following environment variables: - SLACK_BOT_TOKEN: You can get this by creating a new app in your Slack workspace, adding the bot scope, and installing the app in the workspace. - SLACK_APP_TOKEN: This can be generated by enabling Socket Mode for the app in the Slack API settings and generating an App-Level token. - JIRA_API_TOKEN and JIRA_EMAIL: These can be generated from your Jira account settings. - JIRA_SERVER_URL: This is the URL of your Jira server.

Web Based Chatbot with LLM

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Ruby is a dynamic, object-oriented programming language that was created in the mid-1990s by Yukihiro Matsumoto, also known as Matz. It is designed to be simple and easy to read and write, with a focus on developer productivity and enjoyment.

One of the key features of Ruby is its flexibility and expressiveness. It allows developers to write code that is concise and readable, making it a popular choice for building web applications, scripting, and automation tasks. Ruby also has a strong focus on developer happiness, with a philosophy that emphasizes the importance of making programming enjoyable.

Ruby has a rich ecosystem of libraries and frameworks, which makes it easy to build a wide range of applications. Some popular frameworks include Ruby on Rails for web development, Sinatra for lightweight web applications, and RSpec for testing.

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Overall, Ruby is a powerful and versatile programming language that is loved by many developers for its simplicity, expressiveness, and focus on developer happiness.