A minuscule utility to find and edit text in files.
H3RALD Web Site
This very web site, in its 9th incarnation. H3RALD.com has been operative since 2004 and through the years its backend changed from being pure vanilla HTML, to server-side PHP (Prado and CakePHP) to Ruby (Rails, Nanoc), and finally Nim (HastySite).
A self-contained Markdown compiler that can generate self-contained HTML files, useful for writing essays, reports, meeting notes, etc.
A self-contained static site generator featuring markdown support, mustache templates, and a powerful min-powered rule and script engine.
Herald Vim Color Scheme
A dark, easy-to-read color scheme for the Vim text editor. It can be used with 255, 16 or 8 colors.
A lightweight, self-contained, RESTful, multi-format NoSQL document store server written in Nim and powered by a SQLite backend for storage.
A functional, concatenative programming language with a minimalist syntax, a small but practical standard library, and an advanced REPL. All packed in a single file.
A tiny, very minimalistic programming language inspired by min.
A self-contained command-line program that can be used as a bare bones package manager and as a versatile script runner.
A tiny, self-contained program able to serve files within a directory via HTTP.
A simple but powerful task runner that lets you define your own commands by editing a YAML configuration file.
A Ruby DSL for concatenative programming. Although quite slow if compared to other concatenative languages like Factor, it implements all the most common concatenative combinator and makes it possible to use Ruby objects in a concatenative way.
A Rapid Document Authoring Framework written in Ruby that can be used to create and manage books and articles.
A Ruby library which provides a subset of the functionality of the C Readline library. Being implemented in pure Ruby, it gives Ruby developers much more control over key bindings and word completion.
A free book aiming to help beginners learn about Ruby. It doesn’t focus on learning the language, but rather on its vast ecosystem and freely available resources.