Manage Action Cable subscriptions using data-* attributes
A ruby client for interacting with Rails' ActionCable
Rails engine that provides Automatic realtime notification broadcast for ActiveRecord m...
Implements a SubscriptionAdapter for ActionCable which uses a configurable Redis client.
Here you can add callbacks to your models using `before_action`, `after_action`
Use-case driven design for ruby projects. Keeps your business logic in the right place!
Simple implementation of command pattern focused on reuse in multiple contexts
The action template with the callbacks support
React-style components for Rails, mixing together the controller and a DSL language for...
DRY-up Rails controllers by leveraging interchangeable conductors to export data
Context awareness for Rails 3
Authenticate and authorize your users directly in your controllers.
A gem to easily filter out unwanted parameters in ActionController.
Easily access parent resources
ActionController is great, but could be better. Here are some tweaks for it.
ActionCost measures the performance of a Rails 3 app controller actions in terms of num...
actiondebug is a utility that can give you more insight into the structure of your ...
Simple Decorator Pattern for more Object-Oriented Views in Rails
Directs objects' behaviors
Serves the .gz files that are created by the asset precompiler
A framework for asynchronous message processing in a Rails application.
Add presenters and services.
A state-machine inspired mixin for controllers that makes creating flows and wizards de...
An alternative layer to accepts_nested_attributes_for by using Form Models.
A web framework built on top of Rack, it has the simplicity of sinatra and the structur...
ActionFramework class to create simple API's (kind of like Grape)
ActionGmailer, oauth/gmail delivery method
authorisation module of actions based on url-paths for usage in Rails and possibly othe...
Move actions from methods in Rails controllers to action classes.
Action Interceptor provides methods to store return url's across multiple requests. Use...