Reverse dependencies for jquery-rails Latest version of the following gems require jquery-rails
Include jQuery DataTables in asset pipeline with ease
PJAX integration for Rails
jQuery UI's CSS packaged as Sass stylesheets (with variables) for the Rails 3.1+ asset ...
Add CDN support to jquery-rails
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Alchemy is a powerful, userfriendly and flexible Rails CMS.
Turbograft is a hard fork of Turbolinks, allowing you to perform partial page refreshes...
A Rails grid plugin to create grids with sorting, pagination, and filters generated aut...
The core of Refinery CMS. This handles the common functionality and is required by most...
Super customized checkboxes and radio buttons with jquery & zepto
Allows caching of pages with flash messages by rendering flash messages from a cookie u...
rails_sortable provides easy drag & drop sorting for rails 4 and 5.
Use searchable selects based on Select2 in Active Admin forms and filters.
Clearance-based Rails engine for Software as a Service (Saas) that provides account and...
ActiveAdmin CMS extension
Ruby on Rails data listing gem with built-in sorting, filtering and in-place editing.
Social Stream is a Ruby on Rails engine providing your application with social networki...
This gem provides a useful interface for creating recurring rules for the ice_cube gem.
With ActiveAdmin-Select2 you are able to chose Select2 as a drop-down entry option in F...
Basic Rails Framework files and assets for layout and authentication
Integrated user activity notifications for Ruby on Rails. Provides functions to configu...
An easy extension for Paperclip to crop your image uploads using jCrop
Lalala: Probably the best CMS in the world
To be used for sharing standard assets between the multiple modules of a platform
SortableTree provides sorting of lists and hierarchies from ActiveAdmin index views.
A light-weight infinite scrolling jQuery plugin, wrapped in a gem for Rails
Canvas LTI and OAUTH2 mountable engine
Validate Rails forms on the client side, simply
Bring fire to your page