A team-up with PaaS specialists Engine Yard is likely to bring Ruby, PHP and node.js support to Oracle Cloud.
Version 3.1 of the Ruby on Rails framework is available.
New Red Hat platform supports Spring, Seam, Weld, CDI, Rails and Rack framework.
The market for Cloud solutions for Java applications remains very exciting.
PLUS, GNOME 3.0 is here, and GlassFish kick off version 3.2.
PLUS, Gradle 1.0 M1 and bug fixes for Scala-based Scalate template engine.
The importance of Scalatra and Scalate cannot really be underestimated in the creation of Bowler.
RubyMine 3.0 released with new Git log view and show file history options.
PLUS, if you’re a project’s biggest fan, then flattr has a new Auto-Flattr feature for you.
Sebastien Arbogast has posted a survey to find out which framework is the best, following Matt Raible’s controversial presentation.
Fancy trying your hands at Rails, but pushed for time? This is the website for you!
After the Isis project entered the Apache Incubator last week, JAXenter asked initial committer Dan Haywood, about the new project…..
PLUS, bug fixes with HttpClient 4.0.2 and new release of Oracle Enhanced Adapter for ActiveRecord is tested against Rails 3.0.0.
Rails 3.0 is released, featuring commits from over 1,600 contributors!