Private Ruby Gems
Use Anystack as your Ruby gem repository and let your user install your private gems.
`$ git:(main)` ^1000 gem install bullet_train-platform^500
`Successfully installed bullet-train-1.0.0`
`Parsing documentation for bullet-train-1.0.0`
`Installing ri documentation for bullet-train-1.0.0`
`Done installing documentation for bullet-train after 0 seconds`
`✅ 1 gem installed`
1---2:backtrace: false3:bulk_threshold: 10004:sources: 5- https://firstname.lastname@example.org:email@example.com 6:update_sources: true7:verbose: true8:concurrent_downloads: 8
Secure high-speed downloads, allowing you to easily distribute your software to users without worrying about slow download speeds or security issues.
Control access by configuring license activations, automatic repository access management, version, and time constraint, and expiration consequences.
Each of your products will have a beautiful, unique repository URL that is easy to remember.
You can connect multiple GitHub repositories to a single product and distribute your product using multiple packages.
You can choose to allow customers to have access to your private GitHub repository. Access is automatically granted and revoked based on their license policy.
Keep track of your product usage across all your customers. See exactly which files have been accessed by your customers.
1. Build and publish your release on GitHub
2. Anystack will automatically import and process your release assets
3. Release assets are securely distributed to license holders
4. Users can download and install new releases straight from their terminal
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I've been a user of Anystack for a couple of months now and I have to say that it does everything that I want, and it does it all well.
We sell a Laravel package that makes it easy for developers to build flexible filter systems. I originally hand-rolled a distribution system for Composer that worked ok, but was a huge pain and lacked a lot of the features that Anystack has by default. Anystack's licensing system is well thought through and robust. It makes it easy for me to add people to special licensing schemes easily (early access, etc), and it syncs to the Composer distribution without any effort on my part. It also handles time-based, or major-release-based expiration, which is perfect for us.
Creating a new release is simple too, all you do is tag it on GitHub. That's it. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
The best part though is that Anystack can handle payment for you if you want. It's like a hosted Stripe Checkout for selling your code. As a developer, I can focus on writing my software and not have to worry about writing software to sell my software.
Anystack allows you to sell your packages easily and in a very affordable way; it’s ideal for products creators, and it’s the only solution on the market oriented to startups and enterprise. Also Philo is super nice and helpful!
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