Ruby on Rails

  • November 06, 2008 06 Nov'08

    Sun previews GlassFish V3 ahead of Java EE6 release

    It's a 'prelude' allowing developers to get their hands on the future GlassFish OSGi-based lightweight server. V3 supports JRuby and Comet server data push formats.

  • October 22, 2008 22 Oct'08

    Learn about Ruby on Rails programming

    Rails, as the combination of the Ruby language and the Rails developer framework is called by its coder legions, is easier to work with than Java. It even has a bit of REST-oriented data access approach. offers various articles ...

  • July 07, 2008 07 Jul'08

    SOA ends era of big apps, opens door for Ruby on Rails

    SOA is no longer just an alternative to traditional monolithic application development, for modern business there is no real alternative to SOA, argues Engine Yard's Tom Mornini.

  • June 10, 2008 10 Jun'08

    Where Ruby on Rails fits into SOA

    Ruby on Rails is not going to replace Java EE or .NET in SOA development, but is a "compelling" tool for RESTful data services and Ajax, says Burton Group analyst Joe Niski.

  • May 21, 2008 21 May'08

    How Ruby on Rails and REST go together

    The Rails framework for building Web applications in the dynamic Ruby language is now focused on the REST approach, says the author of a new book of Rails recipes.

  • May 14, 2008 14 May'08

    Is Ruby on Rails ready for enterprise SOA?

    Ruby on Rails promises ease in RESTful SOA development, but for it to move up to enterprise class, developers need to know how to make it scalable.

  • May 30, 2007 30 May'07

    Burton sees the future of SOA and it is REST

    Frameworks and tooling from vendors and the open source community are aligning to make REST the next big thing in SOA, according to Burton Group analysts.

  • August 15, 2006 15 Aug'06

    REST recommended for Web services coders

    Representational State Transfer (REST) is the ideal strategy for developing Web services, especially using Ruby on Rails, says author and consultant Bruce Tate.

  • March 29, 2006 29 Mar'06

    Ajax and Ruby do Vegas

    With Java growing ever more complex and Ajax still unsteady, programmers at The ServerSide Java Symposium espoused the utility of Ruby on Rails.