Welcome to StimulusReflex
🎉 An exciting new way to build modern, reactive, real-time apps with Ruby on Rails.
StimulusReflex eliminates the complexity imposed by full-stack frontend frameworks. And, it's fast.
It works seamlessly with the Rails tooling you already know and love.
- Server-rendered HTML, delivered in milliseconds over the wire via Websockets
- ERB templates and partials, with first-class ViewComponent support
- Russian doll caching and ActiveJob
- StimulusJS and Turbolinks
- Built with CableReady, our secret power-move
Our goal is to help small teams do big things with familiar tools.
This project strives to live up to the vision outlined in The Rails Doctrine.
- StimulusReflex Expo - part showcase, part learning tool
- Build a Twitter Clone in 10 Minutes (video)
- BoxDrop - a Dropbox-inspired concept demo
👩👩👧 Discord Community
Please join over 700 of us on Discord for support getting started, as well as active discussions around Rails, StimulusJS and CableReady.
Stop by #newcomers and introduce yourselves!
Your best bet is to ask for help on Discord before filing an issue on Github. We are happy to help, and we ask people to come with all relevant code to look at. A git repo is preferred, but Gists or posts on Discourse are fine, too.
Please note that we are not actively providing support on Stack Overflow. If you post there, we likely won't see it.
CLI and manual setup procedures are fully detailed in the official docs.
Code of Conduct
Everyone interacting with the StimulusReflex project’s codebases, issue trackers, chat rooms and forum is expected to follow the Code of Conduct.
./bin/standardize prior to submitting pull requests.
View the wiki to see recommendations for configuring your editor to work best with the project.
- Bump version number at
- Change directories
yarn publish- NOTE: this will throw a fatal error because the tag already exists but the package will still publish
StimulusReflex is released under the MIT License.
Originally inspired by Phoenix LiveView.