anycable-rails - AnyCable Rails integration

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AnyCable allows you to use any WebSocket server (written in any language) as a replacement for built-in Rails ActionCable server. With AnyCable you can use channels, client-side JS, broadcasting - (almost) all that you can do with ActionCable.



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rspec-rails-examples - RSpec cheatsheet & Rails app: Learn how to expertly test Rails apps from a model codebase

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real-world-rails - Real World Rails applications and their open source codebases for developers to learn from

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interactor-rails - Interactor Rails provides Rails support for the Interactor gem.

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sorbet-rails - A set of tools to make the Sorbet typechecker work with Ruby on Rails seamlessly.

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A set of tools to make the Sorbet typechecker work with Ruby on Rails seamlessly. This gem adds a few Rake tasks to generate Ruby Interface (RBI) files for dynamic methods generated by Rails. It also includes signatures for related Rails classes. The RBI files are added to a sorbet/rails-rbi/ folder.

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