DatabaseConsistency VS Ahoy

Compare DatabaseConsistency vs Ahoy and see what are their differences.


The tool to find inconsistency between models schema and database constraints. (by djezzzl)


Simple, powerful, first-party analytics for Rails (by ankane)
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DatabaseConsistency Ahoy
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466 3,470
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6.0 7.8
13 days ago 14 days ago
Ruby Ruby
MIT License MIT License
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Posts with mentions or reviews of DatabaseConsistency. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-08-06.


Posts with mentions or reviews of Ahoy. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-08-06.
  • Rails application boilerplate for fast MVP development
    63 projects | | 6 Aug 2021
    ahoy, ahoy_email and blazer for business intelligence
  • Active Analytics Ruby Gem
    2 projects | | 21 Jun 2021
    This gem could be considered as a new alternative to Ahoy
  • The Ruby Unbundled Series: Track How Customers Use New Features
    3 projects | | 24 Mar 2021
    After starting Rails and logging in, we can use Blazer to see our user metrics. Browse to our mount point, which on my development environment is at http://localhost:3000/blazer. Querying the ahoy_visits table shows us relevant information about the user and their session. We can also save this query as a shortcut to run it again later. After browsing to the page twice, I ran the following query on the events table. It gave the following results. Note that both events come from the same visit, which is equivalent to a session. We have seen how to track events on the server-side. Now let's look at how to accomplish this from the frontend in Javascript. To do this, we need to enable the Ahoy api in the config/initializers/ahoy.rb file, as shown below. Note that Ahoy also supports geocoding so that you can see where your users are located. We will not explore that feature in this article, but it is a nice capability from a metrics perspective.
  • Simple and Free Web Analytics
    4 projects | | 7 Mar 2021
  • Ankane/ahoy: Simple, powerful, first-party analytics for Rails
    1 project | | 3 Jan 2021

What are some alternatives?

When comparing DatabaseConsistency and Ahoy you can also consider the following projects:

Impressionist - Rails Plugin that tracks impressions and page views

Legato - Google Analytics Reporting API Client for Ruby


DatabaseValidations - Database validations for ActiveRecord

Gabba - Simple way to send server-side notifications to Google Analytics

Staccato - Ruby library to perform server-side tracking into the official Google Analytics Measurement Protocol

Rack::Tracker - Tracking made easy: Donโ€™t fool around with adding tracking and analytics partials to your app and concentrate on the things that matter.

flipper - :dolphin: Beautiful, performant feature flags for Ruby.

purgecss - Remove unused CSS

active_analytics - First-party, privacy-focused traffic analytics for Ruby on Rails applications.

Blazer - Business intelligence made simple

i18n-tasks - Manage translation and localization with static analysis, for Ruby i18n