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README.md

Is this gem ready for Rails 4 or 5?

Ready4Rails.net lists many gems and shows whether they are ready for Rails 4 or 5. You can also paste your Gemfile to get a one-click report of the status of your Gemfile gems.

API (Beta)

Ready4Rails.net gives a JSON API to programatically check if a given gem is ready for Rails 4 or 5. (Please note this feature is still in beta and can be changed in future)

Request (GET)

http://www.ready4rails.net/gems/<gem name>.json

Response

  JSON object with gem details

Example:

> require 'open-uri'
> JSON.parse open('http://www.ready4rails.net/gems/devise.json').read
=> {"id"=>962, "name"=>"devise", "status_rails4"=>"ready", "notes_rails4"=>"from gem version 3.0.0", "created_at"=>"2013-06-27T20:22:29.132Z", "updated_at"=>"2013-07-20T16:08:05.965Z", "status_rails5"=>"unknown", "notes_rails5"=>nil}

Thanks to

  • all the people who report new gem statuses and add new gems to the site
  • Sameera Gayan for improving the test suite and building the API
  • Amar Raja for implementing the feature allowing the users to paste their Gemfiles

Authors

Development

  • run test suite with bin/rspec

License

This project is licensed under the terms of the MIT license.