Trending Ruby Projects

This page lists the top trending Ruby projects based on the growth of GitHub stars.
It is updated once every day. The last update was on 26 Sep 2022.
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Top 50 Trending Ruby Projects

  • Grover

    A Ruby gem to transform HTML into PDFs, PNGs or JPEGs using Google Puppeteer/Chromium

  • kuby-core

    A convention over configuration approach for deploying Rails apps. https://getkuby.io

  • packwerk

    Good things come in small packages.

  • bullet_train

    The Open Source Ruby on Rails SaaS Framework

  • jsonb_accessor

    Adds typed jsonb backed fields to your ActiveRecord models.

  • Avo

    Ruby on Rails application building framework (by avo-hq)

  • natalie

    a unique Ruby implementation, compiled to C++ (WIP) (by natalie-lang)

  • debug

    Debugging functionality for Ruby (by ruby)

  • Karafka

    Ruby and Rails efficient Kafka processing framework

  • Motor Admin

    Deploy a no-code admin panel for your application in less than a minute. Stop wasting time on custom internal tools and focus on the actual product. Motor Admin allows to launch a custom admin panel for any application.

  • jsbundling-rails

    Bundle and transpile JavaScript in Rails with esbuild, rollup.js, or Webpack.

  • hotwire-example-template

    A collection of branches that transmit HTML over the wire.

  • Bridgetown

    A next-generation progressive site generator & fullstack framework, powered by Ruby

  • evil-winrm

    The ultimate WinRM shell for hacking/pentesting

  • theodinproject

    Main Website for The Odin Project

  • ruby2d

    🎨 The Ruby 2D gem

  • otwarchive

    The Organization for Transformative Works (OTW) - Archive Of Our Own (AO3) Project

  • with_advisory_lock

    Advisory locking for ActiveRecord

  • importmap-rails

    Use ESM with importmap to manage modern JavaScript in Rails without transpiling or bundling.

  • propshaft

    Deliver assets for Rails

  • view_component

    A framework for building reusable, testable & encapsulated view components in Ruby on Rails.

  • Black candy

    A self hosted music streaming server

  • ruby_koans

    Learn Ruby with the Edgecase Ruby Koans

  • pay

    Payments for Ruby on Rails apps

  • ferrum

    Headless Chrome Ruby API

  • rswag

    Seamlessly adds a Swagger to Rails-based API's

  • dependabot-core

    🤖 The core logic behind Dependabot's update PR creation. For product feedback see: https://github.com/orgs/community/discussions/categories/code-security

  • rxswift-to-combine-cheatsheet

    RxSwift to Apple’s Combine Cheat Sheet

  • rbs

    Type Signature for Ruby

  • whitehall

    Publishes government content on GOV.UK

  • markdownlint

    Markdown lint tool (by markdownlint)

  • how-to-contribute-to-open-source

    A guide to contributing to open source

  • job-iteration

    Makes your background jobs interruptible and resumable by design.

  • standard

    🌟 Ruby Style Guide, with linter & automatic code fixer (by testdouble)

  • open-build-service

    Build and distribute Linux packages from sources in an automatic, consistent and reproducible way #obs

  • explore

    Community-curated topic and collection pages on GitHub

  • danbooru

    A taggable image board written in Rails.

  • state_machines

    Adds support for creating state machines for attributes on any Ruby class

  • falcon

    A high-performance web server for Ruby, supporting HTTP/1, HTTP/2 and TLS. (by socketry)

  • ActiveWorkflow

    Polyglot workflows without leaving the comfort of your technology stack.

  • krane

    Kubernetes RBAC static analysis & visualisation tool

  • Gush

    Fast and distributed workflow runner using ActiveJob and Redis

  • typeprof

    An experimental type-level Ruby interpreter for testing and understanding Ruby code

  • tailwindcss-rails

  • jsonapi-serializer

    A fast JSON:API serializer for Ruby (fork of Netflix/fast_jsonapi)

  • conjur

    CyberArk Conjur automatically secures secrets used by privileged users and machine identities

  • Que

    A Ruby job queue that uses PostgreSQL's advisory locks for speed and reliability.

  • annict

    A platform for anime addicts built with Rails and Hotwire.

  • decidim

    The participatory democracy framework. A generator and multiple gems made with Ruby on Rails

ABOUT: The growth percentage is calculated as the increase in the number of stars compared to the previous month. We list only projects that have at least 500 stars and a GitHub organization logo set.

Index

What are some of the trending open-source Ruby projects? This list will help you:

Project Growth
1 Grover 22.1%
2 kuby-core 13.1%
3 packwerk 10.2%
4 bullet_train 9.4%
5 jsonb_accessor 9.0%
6 Avo 8.9%
7 natalie 8.7%
8 debug 7.2%
9 Karafka 7.1%
10 Motor Admin 7.0%
11 jsbundling-rails 6.1%
12 hotwire-example-template 5.8%
13 Bridgetown 5.5%
14 evil-winrm 4.9%
15 theodinproject 4.8%
16 ruby2d 4.4%
17 otwarchive 4.3%
18 pg_search 4.3%
19 with_advisory_lock 4.1%
20 importmap-rails 4.0%
21 propshaft 3.7%
22 view_component 3.6%
23 Black candy 3.6%
24 ruby_koans 3.6%
25 pay 3.5%
26 ferrum 3.5%
27 rswag 3.4%
28 dependabot-core 3.4%
29 rxswift-to-combine-cheatsheet 3.4%
30 rbs 3.4%
31 whitehall 3.3%
32 markdownlint 3.2%
33 how-to-contribute-to-open-source 3.2%
34 job-iteration 3.1%
35 standard 3.0%
36 open-build-service 3.0%
37 explore 3.0%
38 danbooru 2.9%
39 state_machines 2.9%
40 falcon 2.9%
41 ActiveWorkflow 2.8%
42 krane 2.8%
43 Gush 2.7%
44 typeprof 2.7%
45 tailwindcss-rails 2.6%
46 jsonapi-serializer 2.5%
47 conjur 2.5%
48 Que 2.4%
49 annict 2.3%
50 decidim 2.3%