Ruby on Rails News

Ruby on Rails 1.0 is out, and the website’s been revised. If you’re interested in rapid web application development (RWAD? RAD/Web?) it’s worth a look (this movie is an amazing demo, and incidentally sold me on TextMate).

The first Ruby on Rails Conference is slated for next year, June 22-25 in Chicago.

I expect Rails to really take off once it becomes common on hosted servers. Currently it’s a very cool technology that few hosting companies support. But with the 1.0 release, I think that will start to change.

posted December 14, 2005 by eric

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