Trinidad is another HTTP Server for JRuby. I installed it with: jruby -S gem install trinidad I used before Mizuno. But I had some issues with Mizuno on my Linux Server. I still didn’t figured out why it was not running on Debian. Trinidad is right now running pretty good on Debian Linux. I willContinue reading “Trinidad HTTP Server for JRuby”
I have JRuby on Rails app, which is using an ueber JAR to access Neo4J. The Neo4J database is in the rails root directory unter “data/”. By starting the HTTP Server I got today this Exception: IllegalArgumentException: No index provider ‘lucene’ found. Maybe the intended provider (or one more of its dependencies) aren’t on theContinue reading “JRuby + Neo4J Problems”
Mizuno is Webserver for JRuby on Rails. I looked for different options to run my JRuby App. After some googleing I found Mizumo. It was very easy to install: jruby -S gem install mizuno and very easy to start. Just go into the root directory of your rails app and exec. mizuno or if youContinue reading “Mizuno”
Today I added activerdf to a rails project. I am running the project with jRuby. By starting the app I got this Error Message: Could not find gem_plugin-0.2.3 in any of the sources I could fix it by executing the following command: jruby -S bundle install That fixed the problem for me.
JRuby is a pretty good Java implementation of Ruby. One of the biggest advantages of JRuby is that you can use Java Classes in your Ruby on Rails App. You can import JARs and take advantages of all the Java Libraries and Frameworks. In that way you don’t have to throw away your old JavaContinue reading “Using Java in Rails with JRuby”
I am familiar with Ruby on Rails. I think that is the best Framework for Web Development. Yesterday I installed JRuby. That is the Ruby language implemented in Java. It is pretty good. Here is the Homepage: http://www.jruby.org On the Download Page there is a bundle for Mac OS X, too. http://www.jruby.org/download The installation workedContinue reading “JRuby”
I am playing around with JRuby and Neo4j as Graph Engine. My set up on the backend side contains a Java Application with Spring Annotations, AspectJ and Neo4J. In the frontend I have a Rails App with JRuby. Any time I try to access a class that have an annotation like “@NodeEntity”, I get anContinue reading “JRuby + Spring + AspectJ + Neo4J”