Attachment_fu - the best plugin for Ruby on Rails to download files from the site via HTTP?Asked by martha janners
Attachment_fu - the best plugin for Ruby on Rails to download files from the site via HTTP?
What do you use for solving everyday tasks: load an image, resize it, validate the characteristics of a downloaded file, etc.?
I always use paperclip. He knows everything that you have named and is very very simple and native. The main feature is that working with files is no different from working with the usual attributes of the model.
And what do you think about the frequency of its update? - talia lefton
About 3 Rail I do not know. Sorry, but you would deal with the second.
What does the refresh rate, if everything works? - eliza edel mcclelland
(Who is interested in Rails 3 - I recommend the book Agile Web Development with Rails (4th edition). English, paid)
On the githaba you will not always find comprehensive information. You seemed to me a knowledgeable person at Paperclip, that's why you received a clarifying question from me.
The frequency of updates is quite important. I do not want to work with a dying framework / plugin.
An example of a dying person is Attachment_fu.
And here is another example, see how Ruby on Rails is dynamically developing, and I ask you to pay attention to how ruthlessly they sacrifice backward compatibility of versions in order for their product to gain real power. - joyce kitcho
Attachment_fu is hopelessly outdated. Paperclip is definitely better. P>
https://www.ruby-toolbox.com/categories/rails_file_uploads and yes, paperclip is cool p>