Developing JRuby/Ruby on Rails Applications
For me, the most exciting new feature of NetBeans 6 is its support for Ruby and the Ruby on Rails framework. I struggled a bit with the organization of this chapter, since the two project types are relatively distinct. To me they’re analogous to a General Java Application (Ruby) and a Web Application (Ruby on Rails). Add JRuby to the mix and an entire book could easily (and may someday) be dedicated to just the subject of Ruby, Ruby on Rails, and NetBeans.
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