February 25, 2005
Bruce Tate discovers Ruby on Rails
Bruce Tate is the author of Bitter Java and Bitter EJB, so if you were just judging by the titles of those books, you may not be too surprised that...
February 25, 2005
Rails 0.10.0 loves lighttpd
With the release of Rails 0.10.0, the reign of Apache has finally ended and equal opportunity for all web servers has been introduced. The most important beneficial of this is...
February 25, 2005
Rails for Strut-ters: Dealing with the view
Brian McCallister is doing an excellent job showing Strut-ters how Rails work by comparing it to their own environment. In this round, he’s taking a look at the oh-horror that...
February 25, 2005
What if I could just use Ruby on Rails...
Jaikoo wonders what the world would look like if he could just develop purely in a dynamic environment:One of the things I’m currently working on is this massively complex J2EE...
February 25, 2005
Odeo is launching on Rails
Evan Williams (of Blogger fame) and friends have unveiled their latest venture: Odeo. It’s going to make “…it easy for you to discover, create, and subscribe to fresh, independent audio...
February 25, 2005
Rails 0.10.0 is a Ruby 1.8.2 framework
It’s time to upgrade to Ruby 1.8.2, folks. Rails 0.10.0 includes various bits that require this version of Ruby, so if you want to run the latest Rails, you’ll have...
February 24, 2005
Joyent seeks 4 developers with Rails experience
David Young from the San Francisco start-up Joyent are looking for 4 developers with Rails experience:We’re looking for four exceptional people, they should have deep experience writing good GUI applications...
February 24, 2005
Rails 0.10.0: Routing, Web Services, Components, Oracle
We’re plowing through the road map at lightning speed with the release of Rails 0.10.0. There’s so much good stuff in here this time it’s really hard to pick just...
February 23, 2005
'They won't ever fit together like Rails'
Matt Grayson is another Python programmer that despite his love for Python “…haven’t done much Python lately”. He blames Rails, which he declares “…is worth the hype.”. On the prospect...
February 23, 2005
Extracting UML diagrams from Rails source
Schubert has been working on a program that’ll extract a UML diagram from your Rails application. On his weblog, Schubert has an example of how it looks right now with...