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Geek Speak: The Web Framework Hell

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Today, what does a developer do when they want to start a project from scratch? Do I go with JSF? Ruby on Rails? JRuby? Groovy on Rails? Struts 2? GWT? Flex? :: The net's largest PHP, CGI, Perl, JavaScript and ASP script collection and resource web portal

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Ruby on Rails and J2EE: Is there room for both?

by jpcaruana & 1 other
Ruby on Rails is a relatively new Web application framework built on the Ruby language. It is billed as an alternative to existing enterprise frameworks, and its goal, in a nutshell, is to make your life -- or at least the Web development aspects of it -- easier. In this article, Aaron Rustad compares and contrasts some of the key architectural features of Rails and traditional J2EE frameworks.

Grails - Home

by jpcaruana & 5 others (via)
Grails aims to bring the "coding by convention" paradigm to Groovy. It's an open-source web application framework that leverages the Groovy language and complements Java Web development. You can use Grails as a standalone development environment that hides all configuration details or integrate your Java business logic. Grails aims to make development as simple as possible and hence should appeal to a wide range of developers not just those from the Java community.


Putting FlexPaint on Rails

by jpcaruana (via)
just got done adding another sample app to the Flex RoR SDK that I have been working on with Mike Potter. Basically, all I did was take the FlexPaint app created by James Ward and replace the Java back end with Ruby on Rails back end. I also added a simple interface for adding an image to the canvas (see below), so that you can draw on it. This sample app uses both WEBOrb and regular ole’ HTTP calls to integrate Flex with Rails.

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