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Blog Archive for arungupta during October 2007

This TOTD explains the steps to setup a Mongrel cluster for JRuby-on-Rails applications on a Unix flavor operating system. These instructions do NOT work on Windows. A similar post for Windows is cooking and will be posted when ready. Download JRuby 1.0.1 and unzip the bundle (say JRUBY_HOME). For convenience, include JRUBY_HOME/bin to your PATH. Install the required RubyGems Install...
Are you an existing GlassFish V2 user and interested in using Rails applications ? - JRuby module is now available on the Update Center. This module allows you to create standalone or shared WAR of a Rails application that can be easily deployed on GlassFish. Read the complete details here. A screencast following these steps is available here. A comprehensive...
The Web services support in NetBeans 6 is further simplified from NetBeans 5.5.1. There are two main points I like: Integral support for Security, Reliability and Transactions on an endpoint. This means there is no need to download any additional plug-in. A new Web Services Designer allows to design the Web service visually. This lowers the entry barrier for first-time users. There...
A jMaki widget expects data in JSON format as defined by the standard data models. There are three possible ways to generate the JSON data from a Jersey endpoint that can be consumed by a jMaki widget: Return JSON representation of a resource as generated using the BadgerFish convention and then apply a stylesheet (specified in xhp.json) to convert the received data into the JSON format as...
Here is a summary of my Europe Summer 2007 Trip Report: 6 Events Rails Conf Europe in Berlin NetBeans Day and Tech Days in Rome GlassFish Day, NetBeans Day and Tech Days in Milan 6 sessions & Booth Duties (JRuby, jMaki, Metro, Jersey, NetBeans) Rails powered by jMaki and GlassFish (blogs/screencasts/tutorials) Metro & Jersey (slide deck) Excel...