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react_on_rails - Integration of React + Webpack + Rails using rails/webpacker to build Universal (Isomorphic) Apps (aka Server Rendering)

  •    Ruby

React on Rails integrates Rails with (server rendering of) Facebook's React front-end framework. Intersted in optimizing your webpack setup for React on Rails including code splitting with react-router v4, webpack v4, and react-loadable? Contact me.

react_webpack_rails - Simple and lightweight react-webpack-rails integration.

  •    Ruby

Consider using Webpacker instead. This gem provides easy and convenient way to build modern JavaScript stack on top of Rails applications using Webpack and React.

npm-pipeline-rails - Use npm as part of your Rails asset pipeline

  •    Ruby

See § How it Works for an explanation of the diagram above.Rails 5.1 will be adding official support for Webpack via webpacker. In contrast, npm-pipeline-rails is far less opinionated and more flexible than webpacker, but expect better support from using Rails's official integration.

webpacker-example-app - An example app to demonstrate webpacker with Rails 5.1

  •    Ruby

The app is using foreman, famous process manager. Checkout the Procfile.dev in app root for more information.




GemsAssetsWebpackBridge - It helps to build a bridge from ruby gems' assets to Webpack

  •    Ruby

This Rails gem helps to build a bridge from assets in your ruby gems to Webpack. This gem helps to collect paths to assets' folders in gems and adds some aliases for Webpack to help it to find assets in classic Rails gems.

webpacker-react - Webpacker plugin to integrate React in your Rails application

  •    Ruby

Note: This is the documentation for the Git master branch. Documentation for the latest release (0.3.2) is available here. Webpacker-React makes it easy to use React with Webpacker in your Rails applications.

hanami-webpack - A RubyGem to allow you to use the Webpack as your asset pipeline in Hanami.

  •    Ruby

This plugin will help you to use Webpack as your asset pipeline for Hanami with webpack-dev-server for development. It'll work without any problem with your existent assets using the hanami/assets.

people - PeopleApp: easily manage people within the projects!

  •    Ruby

The main purpose of the app is to manage people within the projects. The main table shows the current teams in each project, but you can also add people who will start working on the project in the future, and see the people who are going to join or leave the project team by clicking “highlight ending” and “highlight next”. The app also gathers the information about a team member, like role, telephone number, github nick, or the city in which we work.


props - PropsApp: say thank you in a geeky way!

  •    Ruby

This app is called PROPS. The idea behind it is to express saying 'thank you!' in a geeky way. We use RSpec 3 for testing backend and Mocha + Karma to test React components. We are using Chrome launcher.

vue-rails-form-builder-demo - An example of Rails app using vue-form-for gem

  •    Ruby

This application illustrates how we can combine the traditional form builder with Vue.js components.

limestone - Boilerplate Rails 5.2 SaaS application with Webpack and Docker integration.

  •    Ruby

Limestone is a boilerplate SaaS app built with Rails 5 and allows for an opinionated integration with NPM using webpacker. The opinions of this boilerplate stop short of choosing a front-end framework like React or Vue, so you can use what you like. This is a work in progress. The gemset has been chosen to be modern, performant, and take care of a number of business concerns common to SaaS.

limestone-accounts - Boilerplate Rails 5

  •    Ruby

Limestone Accounts is a boilerplate SaaS app built with Rails 5.2 and has an opinionated integration with NPM using Webpacker and Stimulus. Limestone Accounts is multitenant, meaning each account has one subscription and potentially many users through invitations. If you want each user to have their own subscription, try Limestone.

docker-web-framework-examples - Example apps that demonstate how to use Docker with your favorite web frameworks

  •    Ruby

Yes, but a lot of those tutorials are outdated and there's no quality control. Some might be great, but others may contain questionable decisions. This repo will attempt to stay on the bleeding edge for both Docker and web framework versions, and since it's open source, we can all contribute our best practices together. Each framework and language has their own folder. As time goes on, more examples will be added.





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