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Flexible Rails Refcard Available - Download Now

06.22.2008
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Flexible RailsPeter Armstrong, author of Flexible Rails and Enterprise Flexible Rails, has put together an overview of Flex and Rails. Flexible Rails: Flex 3 on Rails 2 shows you how Flex and Rails can be used together, and then builds a simple Flex + Rails application using XML over HTTPService to have the Flex client talk to a RESTful Rails server. Features include a short Overview of Rails 2 and Flex 3, Flex 3 and Rails 2 Together, Building a Flex + Rails Application, Hot Tips and more.

Peter is the CEO and Co-Founder of Ruboss Technology Corporation (http://ruboss.com), a self-funded RIA startup in Vancouver, BC, Canada. He is also the co-creator of the open source Ruboss Framework, the RESTful way to develop Adobe Flex and AIR applications that easily integrate with Ruby on Rails.

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Mark Thomas replied on Mon, 2008/06/23 - 9:55am in response to: John Denver

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This article have nothing to do with Java or Javalobby. You should post this on the Ruby zone. If it was

an article about how to use Flex3 with Java that is right. Java people is getting tired of this Ruby Zealots.[/quote]

As far as I can tell, this was posted to dzone with a "ruby" tag but not a "java" tag. But even if it wasn't, your kneejerk reactionism is out of place.

Jill Tomich replied on Tue, 2008/06/24 - 9:43am in response to: John Denver

Okay, so people are a little passionate. I'm all for passion, but let's try to cool it down a bit. Primarily because I'm the person who mistakenly put the announcement of the Flexible Rails Refcard on Javalobby. I am the one responsible for getting the Refcardz created, and posted to our site. I don't favor Java over Rails - or any other language. This was a simple mistake on my part of accidentally check-marking the incorrect Zone to post the announcement when I created it. My apologies for offending anyone - it was certainly not done on purpose.

-- Jill

Jeremy Weiskotten replied on Thu, 2008/07/17 - 8:55am in response to: John Denver

Man, calm down!

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