Ruby for the REST of Us: Using Ruby and REST to Integrate with Amazon S3
Have you heard of Ruby? How about REST? Are you interested in a cheap, unlimited Web-based data storage service that uses the storage and network infrastructure of Amazon.com, the largest online retailer in the world? If so, this article is for you.
Ruby on Rails: All Aboard the Fast Train to Web Application Development
Find out why so many people are talking about Ruby on Rails and how you can get up and running quickly.
Skip the CRUD: Building a Simple Database Backed Web Application Using Ruby on Rails
Connect your web application to a MySQL database using Ruby on Rails. Than add CRUD (Create, Read, Update, and Delete) support to that web application.
Change your View: Enhancing the User Interface of a Ruby on Rails Application
Take a brief tour of Ruby on Rails and discover how to get your first simple Ruby on Rails web application up and running.
RJS Templates: Adding Some Ajax Goodness to Rails
Discover how to use the RJS Template feature of Rails to add Ajax functionality to your Rails application. Ajax and Rails together are a powerful combination, and can not only enhance the user experience of your Rails application, but also increase performance because fewer page reloads are necessary to perform tasks.
REXML: Proccessing XML in Ruby
Take a look at the REXML library and see how you can use it to process XML within your Ruby or Rails application. REXML makes adding XML support to your application a breeze, with a quick learning curve.
For Java Developers Who Want to Work With Ruby
JRuby: Java and Ruby Together at Last
Discover what happens when you join Ruby, the red-hot dynamic programming language with Java, the leading object-oriented software development language
Running Your First Rails Application on JRuby
Work step-by-step to install Rails into your JRuby installation and get a simple Rails application up and running.