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    IronNails: IronRuby, Silverlight, WPF and Patterns

    From http://github.com/casualjim/ironnails/tree/master: “IronNails is a framework inspired by the Rails and rucola frameworks. It offers a rails-like way of developing applications with IronRuby and Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF). This framework uses the pattern Model – ViewModel – View – Controller (M-VM-V-C). It should be able...
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    Silverline – Ruby on Rails in the browser.

    From the Jimmy Schementi‘s blog: “silverline is a Ruby on Rails plug-in which gives the ability to run Ruby in the browser to manipulate HTML, vector graphics, or just do some computation. Bottom line: it let’s you write Rails code that can run on the client.”...
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    NetBeans IDE 6.5 MileStone 1 available

    The new release is available for download. Arun Gupta has posted a nice article on his blog describing the new features: PHP Enhanced Code Completion Database-related code snippets Multiple project configurations Find Usages Ajax JavaScript Debugger JavaScript Library Manager Bundled JavaScript Libraries Groovy Editor Java...
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    CodeGear, Delphi and RIA development

    Thanks to this post by Marco Cantù, I’ve found two interesting articles by Justin James about the future of the Embarcadero/CodeGear development environments: CodeGear: Working hard to rejuvenate its legacy; CodeGear: Extending the Borland legacy to Ruby and PHP developers.   Justin states that “CodeGear’s .NET products are expanding in...
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    Running Rails on .NET: IronRuby

    John Lam has posted the news: Rails runs on IronRuby. So Microsoft supports Open Source, you’ll be able to write .NET applications in IronRuby, and Rails applications will have access to all the powerful characteristics of the .NET framework (Silverlight, WPF, ASP.NET, just to list a few examples)....
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    CodeGear 3rdRail 1.1 released

    The new release includes: support for Rails (2.x) enhanced integrated debugger support for Mac OS/X 10.5 and Ubuntu 7.1 updates and 3rd-party components. Click here to read the article by David Intersimone.
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