Reverse dependencies for activesupport Latest version of the following gems require activesupport
Extracting `assigns` and `assert_template` from ActionDispatch.
help to kill N+1 queries and unused eager loading.
A small library for doing (command) lines
Ruby C bindings to the excellent Yajl JSON stream-based parser library.
The CocoaPods-Core gem provides support to work with the models of CocoaPods. It is i...
font-awesome-rails provides the Font-Awesome web fonts and stylesheets as a Rails engin...
Ransack is the successor to the MetaSearch gem. It improves and expands upon MetaSearch...
Makes spring watch files using the listen gem.
All sorts of useful information about every country packaged as pretty little country o...
A Ruby framework for rapid API development with great conventions.
Edit and display rich text in Rails applications.
Receive and process incoming emails in Rails applications.
Object oriented authorization for Rails applications
Delayed_job (or DJ) encapsulates the common pattern of asynchronously executing longer ...
Transport interface to talk to different backends.
Haml-rails provides Haml generators for Rails 4. It also enables Haml as the templating...
Automatic Rails code style checking tool. A RuboCop extension focused on enforcing Rail...
Extraction of the key_transform abilities of ActiveModelSerializers
Wicked PDF uses the shell utility wkhtmltopdf to serve a PDF file to a user from HTML. ...
Maps controller filters to your resource scopes
XML serialization for your Active Model objects and Active Record models - extracted fr...
ActiveModel/Record integrations for Elasticsearch.
Draper adds an object-oriented layer of presentation logic to your Rails apps.
Run shell commands safely, even with user-supplied values
Implements the iCalendar specification (RFC-5545) in Ruby. This allows for the generat...
JSON Web Token and its family (JSON Web Signature, JSON Web Encryption and JSON Web Key...
A client library for the Kafka distributed commit log.
Fast date/time parser with customisable formats, timezone and I18n support.
Arbre makes it easy to generate HTML directly in Ruby