Trending Projects for January 09, 2022

Discover libraries that are gaining popularity within the Ruby community. You can find an overview of how we calculate these in our documentation.

libddwaf

libddwaf packages a WAF implementation in C++, exposed to Ruby

importmap-rails

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

logstash-mixin-validator_support

This gem is meant to be a dependency of any Logstash plugin that wishes to use validators introduced in recent versions of Logstash while maintaining backward-compatibility with earlier Logstashes. When used on older Logstash versions, it provides back-ports of the new validators.

gc_ruboconfig

GoCardless's shared Rubocop configuration, conforming to our house style

debug

Debugging functionality for Ruby. This is completely rewritten debug.rb which was contained by the ancient Ruby versions.

tailwindcss-rails

Integrate Tailwind CSS with the asset pipeline in Rails.

render_parent

Adds Rails "render :parent" helper, which renders template with the same name as current but higher on the view path

stimulus-rails

A modest JavaScript framework for the HTML you already have.

onlyoffice_s3_wrapper

ONLYOFFICE Helper Gem for S3. Used in QA

stackprof-webnav

Provides the ability to analyze StackProf dumps

random_name_generator

Generates random names based upon custom collections of syllables. Styles include Elvish, Fantasy, Goblin, and Roman.

turbo-rails

The speed of a single-page web application without having to write any JavaScript.

net-smtp

Simple Mail Transfer Protocol client library for Ruby.

swaggard

Generate swagger documentation for your Rails REST API using YARD

net-imap

Ruby client api for Internet Message Access Protocol

fluent-plugin-splunk-hec

A fluentd output plugin created by Splunk that writes events to splunk indexers over HTTP Event Collector API.

fluent-plugin-kubernetes_metadata_filter

Filter plugin to add Kubernetes metadata

readline-ext

Provides an interface for GNU Readline and Edit Line (libedit).

toys

Toys is a configurable command line tool. Write commands in Ruby using a simple DSL, and Toys will provide the command line executable and take care of all the details such as argument parsing, online help, and error reporting. Toys is designed for software developers, IT professionals, and other power users who want to write and organize scripts to automate their workflows. It can also be used...

toys-core

Toys-Core is the command line tool framework underlying Toys. It can be used to create command line executables using the Toys DSL and classes.

opengraph_parser

A simple Ruby library for parsing Open Graph Protocol information from a website. It also includes a fallback solution when the website has no Open Graph information.

non-digest-assets

Rails provides no option to generate both digest and non-digest assets. Installing this gem automatically creates both digest and non-digest assets which are useful for many reasons.

stringio

Pseudo `IO` class from/to `String`.

camaleon_cms

Camaleon CMS is a dynamic and advanced content management system based on Ruby on Rails as an alternative to Wordpress.

write_xlsx

write_xlsx is a gem to create a new file in the Excel 2007+ XLSX format.

tramway-admin

Engine for admin

elastic_whenever

Manage ECS Scheduled Tasks like Whenever

fluent-plugin-sumologic_output

Output plugin to SumoLogic HTTP Endpoint

azure-storage-file

Microsoft Azure Storage File Client Library for Ruby