During JavaOne I heard about Lift - a Scala web framework and wanted to try it.
It claims to provide best of Rails(simple and fast development), Seaside(security), Django(access control by default)
and uses Wicket for view templates. In few steps I had my first Lift
web application running on GlassFish v3.
Lift applicatin development process is Maven based and uses Derby as the default...
New version of GlassFish gem 0.2.0 is out. See Arun's announcements.
The major changes in this version are:
Version upgrade to GlassFish v3 TP2.
Fix to the size regression introduced in the previous release. It is back to about 3MB.
We also released JRuby 1.1.1 runtime bundle that includes Rails 2.0.2 along with other...
JavaOne 2008 starts form tomorrow, actually today: there is Unconference in the afternoon. This is going to be my first 8th JavaOne in a row and a most busy one! Here are some of the scripting related talks and events:
BOF-5111 Scripting in GlassFish
TS-5416 JRuby: Why, What, How...Do It Now
TS-4806 JRuby on Rails: Web Development Evolved
JRuby Update Center module 3.0 for GlassFish v2 is out. It has been tested to work with GlassFish v2 UR2.
The Update Center modules provide out of the box tested-on-GlassFish version of JRuby, Rails and other required gems.
For the GlassFish users it is very convinient just install the JRuby module from the GlassFish update center and start
writing the Rails applications.
In my blog on running Grails application on GlassFish v3, I need to create a war of my application and then deploy that war.
This was a serious bottleneck in my development process as I wanted to test it out this application on GlassFish v3.
I really wanted to run my Grails application with GlassFish v3 as embedded server in the same fashion as running grails
run-app, that is...