We're in the process of creating some sample applications to ship with the NetBeans Ruby module, one of which will be based on the screencast, Putting Flickr on Rails.
I've been playing around with the IRB (Interactive Ruby Shell) Console in NetBeans. Generally, IRB is started from the command prompt in the directory containing your scripts. However, in NetBeans, it's launched from the NetBeans installation directory. So here are some tips on using IRB in NetBeans.
Two weeks ago I introduced myself to Ruby on Rails, which was, technically, JRuby on Rails.
A while back I watched the Creating a weblog in 15 minutes video that everyone was raving about and I remember thinking, yuck, too much command line.
I have been tagged by Roman,
and my goal is to quickly tag 5 others before href="http://weblogs.java.net/blog/gsporar">Gregg, href="http://blogs.sun.com/geertjan">Geertjan, href="http://blogs.sun.com/lukas">Lukas or href="http://blogs.sun.com/branajam">James get to them:
This past Thursday night Sun sponsored the CT JUG's holiday party. We were lucky to get guest speaker Angela Caicedo all the way from Sydney Australia.
When you're adding a table record and need a primary key, you can choose to generat
The Java Persistence API is beautif
Another one of Seam's compelling f
My previous blog entries document how to incorporate Seam into an existing JSF / EJB 3.0 application running on JBoss. In this entry, I'm going to run that application on GlassFish. Seam has changed quite a bit in the short time period since those entries were written, so I'll provide for you a working Seam application to start.