Category

Object-relational mapping

Libraries that map SQL database tables and rows to Ruby classes and objects in order to enable easy interaction with the data persistence layer from your program

72.27
A long-lived project that still receives updates
Databases on Rails. Build a persistent domain model by mapping database tables to Ruby classes. Strong conventions for associations, validations, aggregations, migrations, and testing come baked-in.
 Popularity
Downloads
164,865,255
Stars
41,846
Forks
16,366
Watchers
2,643
 Releases
Current version
5.2.2
Total releases
337
First release
Latest release
 Activity
Issue Closure Rate
97%
Pull Request Acceptance Rate
65%
Average date of last 50 commits
Reverse Dependencies
4,895
5.64
No commit activity in last 3 years
No release in over 3 years
Provides a single point of entry for using basic features of ruby ORMs
 Popularity
Downloads
40,927,073
Stars
191
Forks
63
Watchers
8
 Releases
Current version
0.5.0
Total releases
13
First release
Latest release
 Activity
Issue Closure Rate
78%
Pull Request Acceptance Rate
35%
Average date of last 50 commits
Reverse Dependencies
74
4.19
A long-lived project that still receives updates
The Database Toolkit for Ruby
 Popularity
Downloads
17,910,931
Stars
3,828
Forks
802
Watchers
103
 Releases
Current version
5.16.0
Total releases
214
First release
Latest release
 Activity
Issue Closure Rate
100%
Pull Request Acceptance Rate
62%
Average date of last 50 commits
Reverse Dependencies
819
1.05
Repository is archived
No release in over 3 years
Low commit activity in last 3 years
There's a lot of open issues
DataMapper core library
 Popularity
Downloads
3,081,367
Stars
781
Forks
154
Watchers
26
 Releases
Current version
1.2.1
Total releases
27
First release
Latest release
 Activity
Issue Closure Rate
59%
Pull Request Acceptance Rate
40%
Average date of last 50 commits
Reverse Dependencies
343
1.05
No release in over 3 years
Low commit activity in last 3 years
Squeel unlocks the power of Arel in your Rails application with a handy block-based syntax. You can write subqueries, access named functions provided by your RDBMS, and more, all without writing SQL strings. Supporting Rails 3 and 4.
 Popularity
Downloads
2,153,076
Stars
2,374
Forks
207
Watchers
59
 Releases
Current version
1.2.3
Total releases
51
First release
Latest release
 Activity
Issue Closure Rate
81%
Pull Request Acceptance Rate
32%
Average date of last 50 commits
Reverse Dependencies
28
0.53
A long-lived project that still receives updates
Persistence and mapping toolkit for Ruby
 Popularity
Downloads
219,059
Stars
1,669
Forks
113
Watchers
85
 Releases
Current version
4.2.1
Total releases
65
First release
Latest release
 Activity
Issue Closure Rate
96%
Pull Request Acceptance Rate
81%
Average date of last 50 commits
Reverse Dependencies
30
0.02
No release in over 3 years
Object Graph (Og) is a state of the art ORM system. Og serializes standard Ruby objects to Mysql, Postgres, Sqlite, KirbyBase, Filesystem and more.
 Popularity
Downloads
72,486
 Releases
Current version
0.41.0
Total releases
32
First release
Latest release
 Activity
Reverse Dependencies
1