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Practical JRuby on Rails Web 2.0 Projects: Bringing Ruby on Rails to Java (Expert's Voice in Java) [Kindle Edition]

Ola Bini

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Discover how JRuby on Rails can be used to create web applications faster and more efficiently while still taking advantage of the vast power of the Java platform.



Ruby on Rails is proving itself to be one of the most efficient and powerful agile web development application frameworks available and has had a profound influence on the Java community. The JRuby project offers Java developers the best of two worlds: the flexibility of Ruby on Rails coupled with the enterprise-level power and maturity of the Java platform.



JRuby core developer Ola Bini covers everything you need to know to take full advantage of what JRuby has to offer, including:





  • Full coverage on how to use JRuby to create web applications faster and more efficiently, while continuing to take advantage of the vast power of the Java platform


  • Several real-world projects that illustrate the crucial specifics you need to know about the interaction of Java and Ruby


  • Helpful, practical instruction and discussion on how web applications can be deployed using a variety of popular servers such as Apache and Mongrel




What you’ll learn



  • Create a Rails application that uses JDBC to talk to legacy databases


  • Use Java Management Extensions (JMX) to more effectively manage your application


  • Deploy a Rails application within a Java Enterprise web container (Tomcat)


  • Create interoperable applications involving EJBs and Rails-driven web services


  • Securely integrate XML processing into your Ruby applications


  • Build cutting-edge Web 2.0 web sites using Rails, Prototype, and script.aculo.us to provide a pleasing user experience


  • Build four important projects: Store, CMS, Admin tool, and a web library project




Who this book is for



You'll get the most from this book if you have medium-to-advanced skills in Java web development, with a little Ruby experience, and are interested in taking Web development to the next level, both in terms of speed and features and in interoperability with existing infrastructure.



Table of Contents



  1. Introduction


  2. Getting Started


  3. Introduction to Rails


  4. Store Administration


  5. A Database-Driven Shop


  6. Java Integration


  7. A Rails CMS


  8. Content Rendering


  9. A JRuby Enterprise Bean


  10. An EJB-Backed Rails Application


  11. Deployment


  12. Web Services with JRuby


  13. JRuby and Message-Oriented Systems


  14. The LibLib Rails Application


  15. Coda: Next Steps


Synopsis

Discover how JRuby on Rails can be used to create web applications faster and more efficiently while still taking advantage of the vast power of the Java platform. Ruby on Rails is proving itself to be one of the most efficient and powerful agile web development application frameworks available and has had a profound influence on the Java community. The JRuby project offers Java developers the best of two worlds: the flexibility of Ruby on Rails coupled with the enterprise-level power and maturity of the Java platform. JRuby core developer Ola Bini covers everything you need to know to take full advantage of what JRuby has to offer, including * Full coverage on how to use JRuby to create web applications faster and more efficiently, while continuing to take advantage of the vast power of the Java platform * Several real-world projects that illustrate the crucial specifics you need to know about the interaction of Java and Ruby * Helpful, practical instruction and discussion on how web applications can be deployed using a variety of popular servers such as Apache and Mongrel

Produktinformation

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 2566 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 330 Seiten
  • Verlag: Apress; Auflage: 1 (26. September 2007)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B001FSJ9OE
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
  • X-Ray:
  • Word Wise: Nicht aktiviert
  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: #534.659 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop (Siehe Top 100 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop)

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4.0 von 5 Sternen Great for Java developers wanting to get started with JRuby 16. November 2007
Von James Stewart - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
I am not in this book's target audience. Whereas the book is aimed at experienced java developers who are just getting started with rails and want to take advantage of JRuby, I've rarely touched Java but have lots of ruby and rails experience and am interested in JRuby mainly to see where I might be able to take advantage of java libraries, or ship my ruby apps into new contexts. In that respect, the book was helpful but there's probably space for a companion volume for people like me.

The book takes a measured pace, introducing Rails early on and then building in different components from the Java world as it works through four different projects. Use of JDBC within a rails app, calling ruby code from Java, deployment strategies, packaging a Rails app as a .jar that can be dropped into an application server, and making use of java for interfacing with SOAP web services are all covered.

Readers will probably need to spend some time experimenting with each feature to really get comfortable with them, but the book works well to get you started and point in the right direction. The introduction to Ruby and Rails is a case in point, as Ola dives right in to his examples after a brief lead-in. That may work well for experienced developers who will enjoy exploring the accompanying code, but it is worth being aware of.

It did feel like there were some missed opportunities later in the book, particularly in the final project, to introduce more of Rails' "RESTful" features since that example really invited that style of design, and it would have been interesting to have some discussion of the pros and cons of treating the libraries built to interface with external services as models within a rails app, making the interface more transparent.

I'm also not quite sure where the "Web 2.0 Projects" line in the title comes from. The final project interfaces with amazon web services, which I suppose might get thrown onto the "web 2.0" bandwagon, but don't go into the book expecting a series of stereotypical "web 2.0" projects. It's an introduction to JRuby on Rails for Java developers, whatever approach to the web they may be taking.

JRuby is a really exciting technology that promises to help developers take another step towards picking technology based on their projects, not just the platforms their organisations may have standardised on over the past decades. If you're a java developer wanting to learn how to make use of JRuby and looking for some help to get up and running, this book is likely to give you just that.

Disclaimer: I was sent a copy of this book for review by the publisher.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Really good book. (Just a bit old) 13. April 2010
Von Seedy O. Bensouda - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
It is a really good book. Just a bit old. If only the author would update it.

Still recommend it if you are looking to get a head state on jruby. You will run into a few surprises once you download and install the latest rails but nothing you cannot overcome am sure.
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