Reverse dependencies for mysql2 Latest version of the following gems require mysql2
Track changes to your models, for auditing or versioning. See how a model looked at any...
Find a needle in a haystack using string similarity and (optionally) regexp rules. Repl...
Attach comments to your ActiveRecord queries.
Seed Fu is an attempt to once and for all solve the problem of inserting and maintainin...
Strategies for cleaning databases using ActiveRecord. Can be used to ensure a clean sta...
Log all changes to your models
Common libraries for RedmineUP plugins (www.redmineup.com) for Redmine. Requered Redmin...
Read-write split your DB yo
UNIONs in ActiveRecord! Adds proper union and union_all methods to ActiveRecord::Relation.
An unobtrusive ruby authentication library based on ActiveRecord.
This gem allows you to use sharded databases with ActiveRecord. This also provides a in...
counter_culture provides turbo-charged counter caches that are kept up-to-date not just...
Official Geokit plugin for Rails/ActiveRecord. Provides location-based goodness for you...
Solves the problem of trying to get all the changes to an object during a transaction i...
For use with client side single page apps such as the venerable https://github.com/lynn...
Apartment allows Rack applications to deal with database multitenancy through ActiveRecord
The push notification service for Ruby.
Enable enum type for the MySQL Adapter in ActiveRecord
Squeel unlocks the power of Arel in your Rails application with a handy block-bas...
A statesman-like state machine library
Ridgepole is a tool to manage DB schema. It defines DB schema using Rails DSL, and upda...
ActiveRecord::JSONValidator makes it easy to validate JSON attributes with a JSON schema.
Add schema comments in your migrations, see them in model annotations and db/schema.rb ...
Mysql2 instrumentation for the OpenTelemetry framework
Create temporary table-backed ActiveRecord models for use in tests
It is the library to reconnect automatically when ActiveRecord is disconnected from MySQL.
Test your Rails Engines without needing a full Rails app
Easily run queries on shard and replica databases.
Take a peek into the MySQL queries made during your application's requests.
Identify database issues before they hit production.