File Uploading



Attach cloud and local files in Rails applications

activestorage 76,385 Downloads Last release


Shrine is a toolkit for file attachments in Ruby applications. It supports uploading, downloading, processing and deleting IO objects, backed by various storage engines. It uses efficient streaming for low memory usage. Shrine comes with a high-level interface for attaching uploaded files to database records, saving their location and metadata to a database column, and tying them to record's lifecycle. It natively supports background jobs and direct uploads for fully asynchronous user experience.

shrine 236,662 Downloads Last release

janko-m/shrine Last commit


Upload files in your Ruby applications, map them to a range of ORMs, store them on different backends.

carrierwave 15,520,594 Downloads Last release

carrierwaveuploader/carrierwave Last commit


Dragonfly is a framework that enables on-the-fly processing for any content type. It is especially suited to image handling. Its uses range from image thumbnails to standard attachments to on-demand text generation.

dragonfly 1,800,134 Downloads Last release

markevans/dragonfly Last commit

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