Originally I shared this digest to Syndicode blog
Recently I've checked my list of published articles and was shocked by the number of digests! They prevail! And I feel like I should do more other types of materials. But it happened so that today I also came up with a new digest.
Here's the new Rails digest with the most interesting Ruby on Rails open source projects of November 2019. Here you'll find customer support and Rails authentication tools, a collection of mixins for Ruby hashes, and spam protection solution for Rails apps and many more!
The list starts with the most recent updates. As usual, I was following the next criteria: buzz around the projects, its use, prospects and its popularity.
Monthly trending Ruby on Rails GitHub repositories
- Browser is a repository for browser detection with Ruby. Includes ActionController integration.
- Artichoke is a Ruby implementation written in Rust and Ruby. Artichoke intends to be MRI-compatible and targets Ruby 2.6.3. and provides a Ruby runtime implemented in Rust and Ruby.
- Chatwoot is a customer support tool for instant messaging channels.
- ezmetrics is a tool that captures and aggregates Rails application metrics such as 'duration', 'views', 'db', 'queries', 'status'.
- Clearance is a Rails authentication with email & password. It is intended to be small, simple, and well-tested. It has opinionated defaults but is intended to be easy to override.
- Hashie is a collection of classes and mixins that make Ruby hashes more powerful.
- Strings::Case provides string case conversions for Strings utilities.
- Invisible Captcha is a spam protection solution for Rails applications. It provides different techniques to protect your application against spambots.
- Tabulo is a terminal table generator for Ruby. It offers a DRY, "column-centric" interface, and is designed to make it very easy to produce highly readable tables, even from large and unwieldy data sets and streams.
- Ruby Trello API is an implementation of the Trello API for Ruby.
- Reek is a code smell detector for Ruby.
- RSpec TAP Formatters produces TAP 13 output with a proper nested display of example groups and includes stats for the total number of passed, failed, and pending tests per example group.
- AttrFilters is a gem for filtering PORO (Plain Old Ruby Objects) attributes with zero dependencies.
- RubyCritic is a gem that wraps around static analysis gems such as Reek, Flay and Flog to provide a quality report of your Ruby code.
- Invisible is a gem that solves the problem of maintaining original method visibility, so you can get on with your monkey-patching mayhem.
- Full Request Logger helps you with to access to full request logs via a web UI. The recorder attaches to the existing Rails.logger instance, and captures a copy of each log line into a per-thread buffer.
- Carmen is a repository of geographic regions for Ruby with a sane approach to internationalization.
Find my previous issues about the most popular Rails repositories here.
Thanks for reading!