Reverse dependencies for sqlite3 Latest version of the following gems require sqlite3
Authy plugin to add two factor authentication to Devise.
Monitors Ruby apps and reports detailed metrics on performance to Scout.
Automatic strong parameter detection with Hashie and Forbidden Attributes. Formerly kno...
Print stack trace of all DB queries to the Rails log. Helpful to find where queries are...
Map Redis types directly to Ruby objects. Works with any class or ORM.
OpenID Connect extension for Doorkeeper.
An unobtrusive ruby authentication library based on ActiveRecord.
MailCatcher runs a super simple SMTP server which catches any message sent to it to...
Grease provides an adapter to use Tilt as extension of Sprockets 3 or later.
A gem that adds simple support for organizing ActiveRecord models into parent–children ...
This Gem adds useful methods to your Rails app to validate, display and save phone numb...
Client library for easily using the Cloudinary service
Extension to ActiveRecord::Base for validating hostnames
This gem allows you to use sharded databases with ActiveRecord. This also provides a in...
Devise Async provides an easy way to configure Devise to send its emails asynchronously...
JSON API(jsonapi.org) serializer that works with rails and can be used to serialize any...
UNIONs in ActiveRecord! Adds proper union and union_all methods to ActiveRecord::Relation.
Profile RSpec test suites
Rails REST API documentation tool
Plugin for the PaperTrail gem to track and reify associations
This module allows Ruby programs to interface with the SQLite3 database engine (http://...
RSpec matchers for database queries
Rake tasks to migrate data alongside schema changes.
Extends Sinatra with ActiveRecord helpers.
Use this module to defer actions to the after-commit hook. This is useful if you want t...
Easy activity tracking for your ActiveRecord models. Provides Activity model with detai...
Official Geokit plugin for Rails/ActiveRecord. Provides location-based goodness for you...
ROXML is a Ruby library designed to make it easier for Ruby developers to work with XML...
Often times you'll end up with empty strings where you really want nil at the database ...
Faster inserts! Insert N records in a single statement.