Reverse dependencies for select2-rails Latest version of the following gems require select2-rails
Set of addons to help with the activeadmin ui
Required dependency for Spree
Alchemy is a powerful, userfriendly and flexible Rails CMS.
Social Stream is a Ruby on Rails engine providing your application with social networki...
With ActiveAdmin-Select2 you are able to chose Select2 as a drop-down entry option in F...
Use searchable selects based on Select2 in Active Admin forms and filters.
Sufia extends the robust Hydra framework to provide a user interface around common repo...
A content management system that works with your view templates. Keep the presses hot!
Sunrise is a Open Source CMS
Build filter forms easily
ExpressAdmin is the admin menu framework used by appexpress.io, ExpressBlog, etc.
Hyrax is a featureful Samvera front-end based on the latest and greatest Samvera softwa...
Virgo is a comprehensive team blogging tool for Ruby on Rails
An open source, Ruby on Rails customer relationship management platform
Helpesk includes: tickets, ticket types, email-notification, FAQ, subscribers
Provides application code, seed data, plugin infrastructure, and other core parts of th...
Description of Connect UI
lentil supports the harvesting of images from Instagram and provides several browsing v...
Monologue is a basic blogging engine. It is a Rails mountable engine so it can be mount...
The embodied design system for Network for Good.
Gem provide scripts and helpers for initialize different select2 elements: static, ...
angular-ui-select2 packaged for Rails assets pipeline
Gemified AdminLTE, with SASS and RTL support for Rails.
User interface library for AppExpress components (https://appexpress.io)
This is simply the best CMS in town. User authentication, widgets, slideshows, easy UI ...
Kuroko2 is a web-based job scheduler/workflow manager created at Cookpad Inc.
Twitter Bootstrap styles for select2 jQuery plugin. Base css from https://github.com/t0...
Best rails admin panel. Great mechanism for customization and rapid development