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Top 23 Ruby ruby-on-rails Projects
Doorkeeper is an OAuth 2 provider for Ruby on Rails / Grape.Project mention: Best way for user auth with a Rails API? | /r/rails | 2023-04-17
The doorkeeper gem.
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Integration of React + Webpack + Rails + rails/webpacker including server-side rendering of React, enabling a better developer experience and faster client performance.
The Official Ruby Object Mapper for MongoDBProject mention: Is there a better way? | /r/rails | 2022-12-31
another approach might be to ditch a relational db and use a nosql database like mongodb and https://github.com/mongodb/mongoid There is something called Dynamic Attribute which sounds like the thing you are after.
Chrome extension for Rails development
A lightweight Facebook library supporting the Graph, Marketing, and Atlas APIs, realtime updates, test users, and OAuth.Project mention: /r/chch has opened on a temporary basis while we figure our next steps, and where to go from here. | /r/chch | 2023-06-19
https://developers.facebook.com Free API with rate limits
Open source DocuSign alternative. Create, fill, and sign digital documents ✍️Project mention: Server-Side Rendering Is a Thiel Truth (2020) | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-08-23
I mostly agree with the author. After working a couple of years with React client render and API a pure server render seems to be a way more productive. For my recent OSS project (https://github.com/docusealco/docuseal) I use server render everywhere except of the 2 most complex/dynamic UI parts (drag&drop form builder and the signing form). I think just figuring out which approach fits best for which part of the software is the most important thing, doing both SSR and CSR in a single project is completely fine when done right.
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Elasticsearch integrations for ActiveModel/Record and Ruby on Rails
A framework for building reusable, testable & encapsulated view components in Ruby on Rails.Project mention: Things I wish I knew before moving 50K lines of code to React Server Components | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-09-01
Main Website for The Odin ProjectProject mention: How to Contribute to Open Source without Knowing How to Code: A guide with project suggestions | dev.to | 2023-05-03
One way to contribute to The Odin Project is by helping to improve their documentation. You can contribute to their curriculum repository by suggesting improvements, reporting errors, or adding new documentation. They also have a great Contributing Guide to help onboard new contributors.
Build reactive applications with the Rails tooling you already know and love.
Multithreaded, Postgres-based, Active Job backend for Ruby on Rails.
Ruby and Rails efficient Kafka processing frameworkProject mention: ruby-kafka has been officially deprecated and is no longer recommended for production usage | /r/ruby | 2022-12-08
It is no longer recommended for production usage. If you use it, you can either switch to rdkafka-ruby or one of high-level libraries like karafka.
Scheduler / Cron for Sidekiq jobs
Real World Rails applications and their open source codebases for developers to learn fromProject mention: How to be a better Rails developer? | /r/rails | 2022-12-17
Here's 100 projects in 1 which I found quite useful too: https://github.com/eliotsykes/real-world-rails
lol_dba is a small package of rake tasks that scan your application models and displays a list of columns that probably should be indexed. Also, it can generate .sql migration scripts.
Just the right amount of Rails eager loadingProject mention: I received much feedback about resolving the N+1 problem without updating the code. So I have decided to give another writing round to elaborate on the implementation. Please have a look and let me know what you think. | /r/ruby | 2023-03-14
Been using https://github.com/salsify/goldiloader in a large production application for many years.
The Official MongoDB Ruby Driver
Free, open source mental health communication web app to share experiences with loved onesProject mention: 2022 Highlights: Open Source Development! ✨ | dev.to | 2022-12-14
ifmeorg/ifme- 2 pull requests
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Build Ruby on Rails apps 10x faster (by avo-hq)Project mention: Ready System with a Modern Stack and Many Features Using Ruby 3.2, Rails 7.0 and Avo 2 | dev.to | 2023-09-17
Access the Avo, and click on Sign Up. After completing registration, click on your profile icon and select Subscriptions, then Choose a plan, choose the Pro version and click on Start 30 day trial. The system URL is not required, click Subscribe. Now you will have your key to use the Avo 2 Pro version for 30 days.
Rails plugin that logs/displays a backtrace of all SQL queries executed by Active RecordProject mention: What is the process you use for tracing a call? | /r/rails | 2023-02-16
I’ve used a gem like this before https://github.com/brunofacca/active-record-query-trace it gives you the stack trace where the query was executed. Maybe you could find the source of the CREATE.
The tool to avoid various issues due to inconsistencies and inefficiencies between a database schema and application models.Project mention: Uniqueness validation does not work since the beginning of Ruby on Rails. | dev.to | 2023-02-04
DatabaseConsistency is a tool to avoid various issues due to inconsistencies and inefficiencies between a database schema and application models.
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