We’re happy to congratulate you on the spring start! Meet the 3rd digest with the most popular Rails repositories of the week! Weekly trending Ruby on Rails repositories from March, 5 will include beautiful CMS, repositories for collecting Locale data, plugins, analytics for Rails and even e-commerce solutions. With Syndicode you will never miss Rails projects worth your attention!
The list starts with the most recent updates.
Weekly trending Ruby on Rails GitHub repositories
- ManageIQ is an open-source Management Platform that delivers the insight, control, and automation that enterprises need to address the challenges of managing hybrid IT environments.
- SpinaCMS is a CMS for Rails 5.1. This guide is designed for developers with experience using Ruby on Rails. Spina provides easy content editing for people who don’t know about templates or HTML.
- Discourse is the open source discussion platform used as a mailing list, discussion forum, and long-form chat room.
- rails-i18n is the repository for collecting Locale data for Ruby on Rails I18n as well as other interesting, Rails related I18n stuff.
- Doorkeeper is a gem that makes it easy to introduce OAuth 2 provider functionality to your Rails or Grape application.
materialize-sassis a Sass powered version of Materialize, a modern responsive front-end framework based on Material Design.
- Globalize builds on the I18n API in Ruby on Rails to add model translations to ActiveRecord models.
- Octobox for taking back the control of your GitHub Notifications. It adds an extra “archived” state to each notification so you can mark it as “done”.
- openstreetmap-website also knows as The Rails Port, is the Ruby on Rails application that powers the OpenStreetMap website and API.
- searchkick is an intelligent search made easy with Rails and Elasticsearch.
- oj is a fast JSON parser and Object marshaller as a Ruby gem.
- vim-rails is a massive Vim plugin for editing Ruby on Rails applications.
- Solidus is a complete open source e-commerce solution built with Ruby on Rails. It is a fork of Spree.
- Devise is a flexible authentication solution for Rails based on Warden.
- Oh My Zsh is an open source, a community-driven framework for managing your zsh configuration.
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