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For example, an activity of 9.0 indicates that a project is amongst the top 10% of the most actively developed projects that we are tracking.
My project: railstart app
47 projects | /r/rails | 12 Jun 2022
aliyun, qiniu, tencent cloud storage
railstart-niceadmin support more features
37 projects | /r/rails | 16 Feb 2022
- Support [aliyun](https://github.com/huacnlee/activestorage-aliyun), [qiniu](https://rubygems.org/gems/activestorage_qiniu) cloud storage
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Launch HN: Infield (YC W20) – Safer, faster dependency upgrades
3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 8 Jun 2023
This cannot be statically analyzed. And this is not a made-up example either! It comes from the Rails project here: https://github.com/rails/rails/blob/fdad62b23079ce1b90763cb5...
This makes it impossible to statically determine the direct dependency requirements of a project.
> Now we have [your dependencies and their current versions], [target rails version], [all of the runtime dependency constraints of these gems]. We run this through a dependency resolution algorithm (pubgrub). If it resolves then you're good to upgrade to that version of Rails without changing anything.
Did you know Nokogiri now has opt-in HTML5 parsing?
7 projects | /r/ruby | 5 Jun 2023
I noticed this existed because of recent This Week in Rails (official reails newsletter from Rails team), which mentioned Rails PR Update Action View to use HTML5 standards-compliant sanitizers, which then mentioned that Nokogiri now has opt-in Rails5 parsers (Cruby-only, not supported on JRuby).
9 Must-Know Web Development Languages in 2023
2 projects | /r/u_Learnbay_blogs | 1 Jun 2023
Ruby on Rails is a popular web application framework built on top of Ruby, making it easier and faster to build web applications.
4 Essential Security Tools To Level Up Your Rails Security
10 projects | dev.to | 31 May 2023
At FastRuby.io we love Ruby on Rails because it is so powerful: You can quickly create an application that is feature complete, stable, and secure
Why is setting up a new project with multiple technologies so difficult?
6 projects | /r/webdev | 23 May 2023
Take a look at the Ruby on Rails website. The very first thing on their landing page is "Compress the complexity of modern web apps.", it also has "Optimized for happiness." up there so you bet it's designed to be easy, simple and fun.6 projects | /r/webdev | 23 May 2023
Try https://rubyonrails.org/ for a breath of fresh air.
Announcing pluck_in_batches - a new gem providing a faster alternative to the custom use of `in_batches` with `pluck`
2 projects | /r/ruby | 16 May 2023
There was recently a PR into rails (https://github.com/rails/rails/pull/45414), upcoming in Rails 7.1, that already made whole table batching quite a lot faster, so I compared the performance against the Rails "main" branch.
How to Take Advantage of the GitHub Student Developer Pack
3 projects | dev.to | 13 May 2023
A good way to learn to code is by reading and writing a lot of code. And GoRails helps you on the reading front, as you're essentially watching somebody build software. You'll notice certain interesting decisions and patterns, which can become options for you when building your own software. GoRails has a lot of videos covering various aspects of Rails, and you get 12 months free plus an invite to their private Discord server.
Can't get Rails 7 turbo_stream_from to update view from broadcast
2 projects | /r/rails | 11 May 2023
I just followed the guide on rubyonrails.org. You've got me thinking though... I'm not loading frontend assets the way Rails 7 would expect me to.
Have you been using ViewComponent. What advantages do you see in it?
6 projects | /r/rails | 6 May 2023
Rails 7.1 will have the ability to declare partials inputs. https://github.com/rails/rails/pull/45602
What are some alternatives?
Roda - Routing Tree Web Toolkit
Hanami - The web, with simplicity.
Sinatra - Classy web-development dressed in a DSL (official / canonical repo)
Cuba - Rum based microframework for web development.
yjit - Optimizing JIT compiler built inside CRuby
Padrino - Padrino is a full-stack ruby framework built upon Sinatra.
react-on-rails - Integration of React + Webpack + Rails + rails/webpacker including server-side rendering of React, enabling a better developer experience and faster client performance.
Django - The Web framework for perfectionists with deadlines.
Syro - Simple router for web applications
ihp - 🔥 The fastest way to build type safe web apps. IHP is a new batteries-included web framework optimized for longterm productivity and programmer happiness
Hyperstack - Hyperstack ALPHA https://hyperstack.org