JRuby Rails Web Application Development by Deepak VohraJRuby Rails Web Application Development by Deepak Vohra

JRuby Rails Web Application Development

byDeepak Vohra

Paperback | January 21, 2014

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This SpringerBrief explains how to create a Rails web application with JRuby, a 100% Java implementation for Ruby. This brief demonstrates how Oracle® WebLogic servers and JBoss® application servers deploy the JRuby application, how JRuby runs on the Java® Virtual Machine, and how JRuby is the basis for popular websites including LinkedIn, Oracle Mix, and Mingle. The Oracle® database and Oracle® MySQL database are used as the basis for the JRuby Rails application. Chapters also cover enabling Flash, developing the JRuby application using Ruby syntax, and deploying applications through Java EE WAR. Hands-on and practical, this SpringerBrief is designed for web developers and researchers interested in JRuby. It is also a useful guide for advanced-level students interested in creating a new web application.
Title:JRuby Rails Web Application DevelopmentFormat:PaperbackDimensions:67 pagesPublished:January 21, 2014Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:3319039334

ISBN - 13:9783319039336

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Table of Contents

Installing JRuby.- Running a JRuby Script.- Setting the Environment for a JRuby Web Application.- Creating a JRuby Rails Application.- Configuring Databases for a JRuby Web Application.- Creating Scaffolding for a JRuby Rails Application.- Creating Database Tables by Running Migrations.- Precompiling CSS and JavaScript Assets.- Enabling Flash.- Packaging the JRuby Application as a Java EE Web Application.- Running the Web Application in Oracle WebLogic Server.- Running the Web Application in JBoss Application Server 7.- Using JDBC Data Source with a JNDI.- Fixing Common Issues in JRuby Web Application Development.

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"Topics covered in the book include when to use JRuby, invoking Java, creating an environment, the basics of application creation, and the precompilation of scripts. . it's an executive summary for the experienced coder, sort of a get going quickly guide for those who know how to drive." (David Bellin, Computing Reviews, November, 2014)