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CarrierWave

Solution for file uploads for Rails, Sinatra and other Ruby web frameworks.

CarrierWave Alternatives

The best CarrierWave alternatives based on verified products, community votes, reviews and other factors.
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    The next open source file uploader for web browsers

    Open Source

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  2. 14

    Easy File Uploader for your websites and apps

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  3. Online gallery and proofing platform for creative professionals.

    Try for free freemium $8.0 / Monthly

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  4. 14

    Cloud Explorer is a open-source Amazon S3 client.

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  5. 17

    A faster way to user interfaces for React applications

    /paperclip-alternatives
  6. 16

    File Uploads

    Open Source

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  7. 21

    Simple file uploader and robust APIs for uploading, transforming, and delivering any file into your app. Filestack is a collection of tools and powerful APIs that make it simple to upload, transform, and deliver content.

    Open Source freemium $59.0 / Monthly

    /filestack-alternatives
  8. 12

    Accelerate your apps and websites with the CDNify content delivery network. Superfast, simplified and affordable CDN for developers, startups and agencies.

    /cdnify-alternatives
  9. 13

    A free, easy to use, cross plattform ready asset or file picker.

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  10. 11

    Secure Content Delivery Network, DDoS, WAF Service

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  11. 11

    VeriSign Authentication Services provides solutions that allow companies & consumers to engage...

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  12. 10

    Content Delivery Network - website speed acceleration with CDN77. 28+ PoPs, Pay-as-you-go prices, no commitments.

    /cdn77-alternatives
  13. 11

    Amazon CloudFront is a content delivery web service.

    /amazon-cloudfront-alternatives
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