Since 2008 we’ve helped numerous clients change and grow by building great apps, products and services. We’ve worked with everything from small start-ups to big established organisations. Always with the same focus on communication and craftsmanship.
Carl-Johan Kihlbom partners with Edithouse to create Elabs. Two developers and one designer join the team.
Elabs hosts its first Nordic Ruby conference and develops its first iOS application. The team also grew to 10 people.
Elabs separates from Edithouse and moves its office to the old Hasselblad building. Releases the open source project Capybara.
Varvet is founded by Jon Kindell and Johan Halse. Releases the open source project Godmin.
Elabs hosts the True North conference.
The Varvet team grew to six people.
Elabs and Varvet join forces and the team has grown to 19 amazing people!
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No dependencies, works great with or without jQuery.
Pundit provides a set of helpers which guide you in leveraging regular Ruby classes and object oriented design patterns to build a simple, robust and scalable authorization system.
Godmin is used to build dedicated admin sections for your apps, or stand alone admin apps such as internal tools. It has support for common features such as scoping, filtering and performing batch actions on your models.
Nordic Ruby is the conference we’ve organised since 2010. We love the Ruby community; a bunch of different people from all over the world with open minds and an urge for learning and teaching. That is why we put on the conference we ourselves want to attend, we believe that apart from great speakers it’s important to care about the details and to create an experience where we have fun together.
We also have a product of our own. It’s called ProjectPuzzle, and it helps us and others keep track of who’s working on what and when. It’s team scheduling made simple.