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Adobe Launches BrowserLab Preview

Posted by | June 3, 2009 .

According to MacWorld, Adobe Wednesday will unveil Adobe BrowserLab, a fully hosted online service that lets professional Web designers preview how their sites will look in various Web browsers on the Mac and Windows platforms. Like a browser within a browser, BrowserLabs’ built-in diagnostic tools let users view and compare site pages to ensure design […]

ActionScript Framework + Ruby on Rails = JumpShip

Posted by | June 10, 2008 .

InfoQ just published post about a great ActionScript framework, JumpShip. JumpShip is a Ruby on Rails inspired ActionScript 3 MVC driven RIA framework. Here at Flex RIA we are all big fun of RIA infused Ruby on Rails system. As matter of fact, the best startup we’ve written(Babble) was just like that. And now, JumpShip […]

Ruby on Rails File Upload Plugin Update

Posted by | April 8, 2008 .

I reviewed three Ruby on Rails file upload plugins last year. They are Acts As Attachment, File Column Plugin and FlexImage. Besides, readers suggested other plugins such as attachment_fu, upload_column and Flash applet. This is a update on one of them, FlexImage. Just you know, I like the name of it but it has nothing […]

Put Christmas on Rails 2.0

Posted by | December 7, 2007 .

What a surprise! The Ruby on Rails gang pulled it off and released Rails 2.0, right before Christmas. There are tons of changes and enhancement. Something worth noticing, such as Rails 2.0 clearly picked the side over SOAP vs REST. It removed the ActionWebService to be a gem. Rails on REST only now. Can’t wait […]

Is Facebook on Rails?

Posted by | December 6, 2007 .

Tried to tag a friend and kept getting the error. Um…looks like Facebook is on Ruby on Rails now. All we knew was Facebook is a PHP shop.

10 Flex and Ruby on Rails Integration Examples

Posted by | September 20, 2007 .

update: Added RubyAMF. I love RIA technologies and Ruby on Rails. I always think combination of the these two could be greatest system framework. I’m glad Adobe recognizes that too, so do a few great guys. Here are the examples: Integrating Flex 2 and Ruby on Rails This Adobe article was written by Derek Wischusen […]

Flex Plus Ruby on Rails To Do Long Run Tasks

Posted by | August 9, 2007 .

This is another example of collaboration between Flex and Ruby on Rails, which is my favorite web solution. It’s written by Rowan Hick.  The idea is to do things such as Flex upload and kick off Rails background process to handle the file process behind the scene, in the mean while the Flex can be […]

Microsoft releases initial code for IronRuby

Posted by | July 24, 2007 .

At the open source conference Sys-con, Microsoft released an early version of IronRuby that will let programmers write .Net applications with the Ruby language. Microsoft intends to fully release IronRuby on RubyForge and take a wider range of contributions by the end of August. The software is available under the open-source style Microsoft Permissive License. […]

Adobe AIR Log Visualizer for Ruby on Rail

Posted by | July 9, 2007 .

I’m thrilled every time saw Flex/AIR and Ruby on Rails get together. Daniel Wanja updated his Apollo Log Visualizer to Adobe AIR. It used to be a Flex application and prior to to that it’s a OSX application. According to Daniel, because of a bug or alike with AIR for Windows XP, the AIR port can only […]

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