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Java developers have been moving from the full Java Platform, Enterprise Edition to lightweight frameworks, yet not even the lightest has the simplicity of Ruby on Rails. Now, the JRuby interpreter can tie Rails together with the power, breadth, and industry acceptance of the JVM, Java libraries, and application servers. [javaworld.com]

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Ruby on Rails is a progressive Web development framework that implements radical ideas such as convention over configuration, heavy metaprogramming, domain-specific languages, and database wrapping instead of object-relational mapping. This article examines Rails schema migrations, a philosophy of separating each database schema change from the base object model. [developerworks]

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IBM has published an article comparing Ruby on Rails to J2EE (more specifically, against the combination of Tomcat, JSP, and Hibernate). [agileprogrammer]


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