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Developing cross platform desktop application with Ruby

by Web Application Developer at Right Brain Solution Ltd. on Jan 05, 2013

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A brief introduction and example of developing desktop application with Ruby programming language. JRuby and shoesrb is discussed as platform. ...

A brief introduction and example of developing desktop application with Ruby programming language. JRuby and shoesrb is discussed as platform.
Prepared for and Presented on Ruby Conference Bangladesh 2003.

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  • janfryslide janfryslide @anisniit no worries mate, spreading the voice is pretty much all I can do to contribute to the ruby dev environment, but I try to do it good :) and that's already a good thing considering my pretty contorted english :D I'm glad you liked the solutions I advised though, take your time to experiment with them :) 9 months ago
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  • anisniit Anis Ahmad, Web Application Developer at Right Brain Solution Ltd. @janfryslide, Thanks a lot for the great info! I'll take a look soon will share my views with you.
    Thanks again.
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  • janfryslide janfryslide Thanks for your talk. I think you missed a more recent and powerful approach to developing a desktop app with jruby:

    jrubyfx wrapper for javafx gui library
    https://github.com/jruby/jrubyfx/wiki/Getting-Started

    other than being a more modern and good looking gui library (and not only that), with javafx can have presentation code in a separate FXML file and you can also take advantage of the wonderful javafx scenebuilder visual designer!

    A app is not necessarily a game but as a side note I'd also have mentioned the usage of the free and powerful JMonkeyEngine 3D game engine with JRuby which, I think, is the most mature way (if you consider the few and incomplete alternatives) to work with 3D graphics and multimedia content using ruby code, at the moment:

    https://github.com/blaix/jme3-jruby-template

    I'd like to know what you think :)
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