Dependencias inversas para activesupport Latest version of the following gems require activesupport
A toolkit for building modeling frameworks like Active Record. Rich support for attribu...
Databases on Rails. Build a persistent domain model by mapping database tables to Ruby ...
Web apps on Rails. Simple, battle-tested conventions for building and testing MVC web a...
Ruby on Rails is a full-stack web framework optimized for programmer happiness and sust...
Email on Rails. Compose, deliver, and test emails using the familiar controller/view pa...
Rails internals: application bootup, plugins, generators, and rake tasks.
Simple, battle-tested conventions and helpers for building web pages.
Sprockets Rails integration
Declare job classes that can be run by a variety of queuing backends.
This gem can compare doms and assert certain elements exists in doms using Nokogiri.
EXtended http(s) CONnections
URIs for your models makes it easy to pass references around.
Structure many real-time application concerns into channels over a single WebSocket con...
Create JSON structures via a Builder-style DSL
rspec-rails is a testing framework for Rails 5+.
Preloads your application so things like console, rake and tests run faster
Deprecated sanitizer API extracted from Action View.
Kaminari is a Scope & Engine based, clean, powerful, agnostic, customizable and sophist...
Attach cloud and local files in Rails applications.
A Parsing Expression Grammar (PEG) Parser generator DSL for Ruby
factory_bot provides a framework and DSL for defining and using factories - less error-...
Shoulda Matchers provides RSpec- and Minitest-compatible one-liners to test common Rail...
REST on Rails. Wrap your RESTful web app with Ruby classes and work with them like Acti...
Chronic is a natural language date/time parser written in pure Ruby.
factory_girl provides a framework and DSL for defining and using ...
Easy upload management for ActiveRecord
Tame Rails' multi-line logging into a single line per request
Redis store for ActiveSupport
Upload files in your Ruby applications, map them to a range of ORMs, store them on diff...
Extracting `assigns` and `assert_template` from ActionDispatch.