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CarrierWave vs Uploadcare: What are the differences?

What is CarrierWave? Classier solution for file uploads for Rails, Sinatra and other Ruby web frameworks. This gem provides a simple and extremely flexible way to upload files from Ruby applications. It works well with Rack based web applications, such as Ruby on Rails.

What is Uploadcare? File uploads, media processing, and adaptive delivery for web and mobile. Uploadcare is a complete file handling platform for online business. Receive files from you users via File Uploader or File Upload API, implement image optimization and transformations with Image CDN API, and get HIPAA-compliant storage.

CarrierWave and Uploadcare can be categorized as "File Uploads" tools.

CarrierWave is an open source tool with 8.36K GitHub stars and 1.49K GitHub forks. Here's a link to CarrierWave's open source repository on GitHub.

StackShare, Uploadcare, and Extractly are some of the popular companies that use Uploadcare, whereas CarrierWave is used by StackShare, DeveloperTown, and Publitory. Uploadcare has a broader approval, being mentioned in 13 company stacks & 4 developers stacks; compared to CarrierWave, which is listed in 5 company stacks and 9 developer stacks.

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Pros of CarrierWave
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    Sophisticated and Easy file uploading
  • 1
    Easty setup
  • 8
    Great team
  • 5
    Awesome support
  • 5
    Simple image upload with widget
  • 4
    Easy to integrate into any website
  • 1
    <a href="http://fixbit.com/">useful tool</a>

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    What is CarrierWave?

    This gem provides a simple and extremely flexible way to upload files from Ruby applications. It works well with Rack based web applications, such as Ruby on Rails.

    What is Uploadcare?

    Uploadcare is a complete file handling platform for online business. Receive files from you users via File Uploader or File Upload API, implement image optimization and transformations with Image CDN API, and get HIPAA-compliant storage.

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    What are some alternatives to CarrierWave and Uploadcare?
    Paperclip
    It is intended as an easy file attachment library for ActiveRecord. The intent behind it was to keep setup as easy as possible and to treat files as much like other attributes as possible.
    Shrine
    Shrine implements a plugin system analogous to Roda’s and Sequel’s. Shrine ships with over 25 plugins, which together provide a great arsenal of features. Where CarrierWave and other file upload libraries favor complex class-level DSLs, Shrine favours simple instance-level interface.
    Cloudinary
    Cloudinary is a cloud-based service that streamlines websites and mobile applications' entire image and video management needs - uploads, storage, administration, manipulations, and delivery.
    Filestack
    Filepicker helps developers connect to their users' content. Connect, Store, and Process any file from anywhere on the Internet.
    Transloadit
    Transloadit handles file uploading & file processing for your websites and mobile apps. We can process video, audio, images and documents.
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