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What is Matestack?

It provides a collection of open source gems made for Ruby on Rails developers. It enables you to craft maintainable web UIs in pure Ruby, skipping ERB and HTML. UI code becomes a native and fun part of your Rails app. Thanks to reactive core components, reactivity can be optionally added on top without writing JavaScript, just using a simple Ruby DSL.
Matestack is a tool in the UI Components category of a tech stack.
Matestack is an open source tool with 543 GitHub stars and 48 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Matestack's open source repository on GitHub

Matestack Integrations

Matestack's Features

  • Create UI components in pure Ruby
  • Use reactive UI components in pure Ruby
  • Create whole SPA-like apps in pure Ruby
  • Progressive integration
  • Plugable UI components
  • Highly extensible

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