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octicons - A scalable set of icons handcrafted with <3 by GitHub

  •    Javascript

Octicons are a set of SVG icons built by GitHub for GitHub. This repository is a mono repository that contains distribution libraries for other platforms/languages. The vectors for all the icons are stored in a Figma file. Read through our contributing guide if you're planning on adding or updating one of the icons.

todo-apps - Sample ToDo application (various languages) running on IBM Cloud

  •    Java

The ToDo sample apps are meant to be simple demos of how you can take advantage of Bluemix and a database service. In addition it shows how to take advantage of both the built-in and community buildpacks to deploy your app using whatever runtime you choose. The ToDo app is pretty simple, it allows you to add an persist ToDos that you need to get done. As you complete different ToDos you can mark them done and eventually delete them from the list. The ToDos are stored in a database.

graphqljs-rails - GraphQL.js Rails for Rails 5

  •    Javascript

Adds GraphQL.js to your asset pipeline.If you are looking for a server try GraphQL-Ruby. This gem works with GraphQL-Ruby.




ngCable - Power your Angular application with Rails' ActionCable

  •    Javascript

Easily integrate Rails' ActionCable into your Angular application. You will not need to include any files, you can start using ngCable provider in your directives, controllers and services, just after installing the Bower component or NPM module.

bookshelf-scopes - Giving you Rails like scopes in Bookshelf.js.

  •    Javascript

Giving you Rails like scopes in Bookshelf.js. This was originally a PK4Media project but I moved it over to my account as they do not use it anymore. You will then be able to add a scopes property on your models that will give you a Knex query builder as the first argument and then followed by any additional arguments. See examples below.

rails-env-favicon - Gem to display the rails environment on the favicon

  •    Javascript

Made changes in the code to debug and do not understand what's wrong. Hell, I'm on the debug production! This happened to you? To me several times. Library offers one of the ways to solve this problem. This means that on the first tab we have development environment, on second stage, and third it's production(we don't need change this favicon).


react-devise - A ReactJS front-end for a Ruby on Rails Devise authentication server.

  •    Javascript

ATTENTON: For now, this must be considered experimental software and not to be used in production. Devise has long been the go-to authentication library for Rails apps. Just drop Devise into your Rails app, make a few tweaks, and get on with building awesome business features.

graphql-server-examples - Various example implementations of GraphQL server in many popular web frameworks

  •    Javascript

This repo is work in progress and contains various examples of GraphQL server in popular web frameworks and languages. It implements standard blog application with three models or database tables - Users, Posts, and Comments, the blog application serves a nice example with model relationships and nested loading of data. If you would like to add one of your own, just open a PR.

webpack-sprockets-rails-manifest-plugin - Allow Sprockets to load files from a Webpack build

  •    Javascript

A Webpack plugin that allows sprockets-rails to find static assets from a Webpack build without requiring them in sprockets directives. We can leverage standard Rails view helpers (i.e. javascript_include_tag, stylesheet_link_tag) to load artifacts supporting finger printing and prepended host urls. To automatically create the recommended configuration install the webpack_on_rails gem and run the webpack_on_rails:install generator.

tolaria - A Rails CMS framework for making your editors happy.

  •    Javascript

Tolaria is a content management system (CMS) framework for Ruby on Rails. It greatly speeds up the necessary—but repetitive—task of creating useful admin panels, forms, and model workflows for site authors. Tolaria supports IE10+, Edge, Safari, Chrome, Firefox, iOS, and Chrome for Android. Note that these are the browsers your site editors will need, not the general site audience, which can differ.

jquery-slick-rails - Integrates Slick carousel, a jQuery plugin, into your Rails app.

  •    Javascript

A ruby gem that uses the Rails asset pipeline to include the jQuery Slick plugin by Ken Wheeler (https://kenwheeler.github.io/slick/).

react-rails-form-helpers - Components for composing forms targeted at Rails

  •    Javascript

This package provides components for composing a form targeted at Rails. The main intent of this package is for communicating the intent of the form via named components. If you're scared by Rails Magic you'll be happy to know that these components are mostly dumb. The only magical parts are generating the attribute names and ensuring that the fields Rails expects exist on a form. There are two varieties of components.

webpack-asset-pipeline - 🚀 A missing link for the asset pipeline alternative with Webpack.

  •    Javascript

A missing link for the asset pipeline alternative with Webpack. This plugin can be used to flush a list of your assets to a manifest.json file and replace the asset pipeline.

karma-sprockets - Helps integrating rails & karma

  •    Javascript

This is a plugin for sprockets based web applications. Notably, it tightens the integration between karma and rails applications. (Because they use sprockets bundles by default). Adds a couple of configuration options to help with loading js files defined in sprockets bundles (via require directives). This is now the default way to structure client side code in Rails applications.

photoswipe-rails - A gem to add PhotoSwipe to Rails asset pipeline

  •    Javascript

PhotoSwipe for the Rails asset pipeline. See PhotoSwipe set-up guide for further instructions.

number-timeago - A number timeago package support 2..years.ago() method

  •    Javascript

A number timeago package support 2..years.ago() method

vanilla-ujs - UJS without jQuery dependency

  •    Javascript

It is implementation of Rails jQuery UJS in pure JavaScript. No extra dependencies. Require vanilla-ujs into your application.js manifest.