rails 2:6.0.3.2+dfsg-11 source package in Ubuntu

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rails (2:6.0.3.2+dfsg-11) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Team Upload
  * Move yarnpkg to recommends of rails meta package
    (To help testing migration)

 -- Pirate Praveen <email address hidden>  Fri, 28 Aug 2020 14:49:09 +0530

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rails: MVC ruby based framework geared for web application development (metapackage)

 Rails is a full-stack, open-source web framework in Ruby for writing
 real-world applications.
 .
 Being a full-stack framework means that all layers are built to work
 seamlessly together. That way you don't repeat yourself and you can
 use a single language from top to bottom. Everything from templates to
 control flow to business logic is written in Ruby.
 .
 This is a metapackage.

ruby-actioncable: WebSocket framework for Rails (part of Rails)

 Action Cable seamlessly integrates WebSockets with the rest of your Rails
 application. It allows for real-time features to be written in Ruby in the same
 style and form as the rest of your Rails application, while still being
 performant and scalable. It's a full-stack offering that provides both a
 client-side JavaScript framework and a server-side Ruby framework. You have
 access to your full domain model written with Active Record or your ORM of
 choice.

ruby-actionmailbox: receive and process incoming emails (part of Rails)

 Action Mailbox routes incoming emails to controller-like mailboxes for
 processing in Rails. It ships with ingresses for Mailgun, Mandrill,
 Postmark, and SendGrid. It provides the way for handling inbound mails
 directly via the built-in Exim, Postfix, and Qmail ingresses.

ruby-actionmailer: email composition, delivery, and receiving framework (part of Rails)

 Action Mailer is a framework for working with email on Rails.
 Compose, deliver, receive, and test emails using the familiar
 controller/view pattern. First-class support for multipart email
 and attachments.

ruby-actionpack: web-flow and rendering framework putting the VC in MVC (part of Rails)

 Action Pack is a framework for web apps on Rails. Simple,
 battle-tested conventions for building and testing MVC web
 applications. Works with any Rack-compatible server.

ruby-actiontext: No summary available for ruby-actiontext in ubuntu groovy.

No description available for ruby-actiontext in ubuntu groovy.

ruby-actionview: framework for handling view template lookup and rendering (part of Rails)

 Action View is a framework for handling view template lookup and
 rendering, and provides view helpers that assist when building HTML
 forms, Atom feeds and more. Template formats that Action View handles
 are ERB (embedded Ruby, typically used to inline short Ruby snippets
 inside HTML), and XML Builder.

ruby-activejob: job framework with pluggable queues (part of Rails)

 Active Job is a framework for declaring jobs and making them run on a variety
 of queueing backends. These jobs can be everything from regularly scheduled
 clean-ups, to billing charges, to mailings. Anything that can be chopped up
 into small units of work and run in parallel.

ruby-activemodel: toolkit for building modeling frameworks (part of Rails)

 Active Model is a toolkit for building modeling frameworks like
 Active Record and Active Resource. This includes a rich support for
 attributes, callbacks, validations, observers, serialization,
 internationalization, and testing.

ruby-activerecord: object-relational mapper framework (part of Rails)

 Active Records is a framework to work with databases on Rails. Build
 a persistent domain model by mapping database tables to Ruby classes.
 Strong conventions for associations, validations, aggregations,
 migrations, and testing come baked-in.

ruby-activestorage: Local and cloud file storage framework (part of Rails)

 Active Storage makes it simple to upload and reference files in cloud services
 like Amazon S3 and Microsoft Azure Storage, and attach those files to Active
 Records. Supports having one main service and mirrors in other services for
 redundancy. It also provides a disk service for testing or local deployments,
 but the focus is on cloud storage.
 .
 Files can be uploaded from the server to the cloud or directly from the client
 to the cloud.
 .
 Image files can furthermore be transformed using on-demand variants for
 quality, aspect ratio, size, or any other MiniMagick supported transformation.

ruby-activesupport: Support and utility classes used by the Rails 4.1 framework

 ActiveSupport consists of utility classes and extensions to the Ruby
 standard library that were required for Rails but found to be
 generally useful.

ruby-rails: MVC ruby based framework geared for web application development

 Rails is a full-stack, open-source web framework in Ruby for writing
 real-world applications.
 .
 Being a full-stack framework means that all layers are built to work
 seamlessly together. That way you don't repeat yourself and you can
 use a single language from top to bottom. Everything from templates to
 control flow to business logic is written in Ruby.

ruby-railties: tools for creating, working with, and running Rails applications

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