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Introducing Rack
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Introducing Rack

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A presentation by Christian Neukirchen on Rack, hold at Euruko2007.

A presentation by Christian Neukirchen on Rack, hold at Euruko2007.

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  • 1. Introducing Rack Christian Neukirchen Editor in Chief of Anarchaia
  • 2. A Google Image Search for “ruby rack” reveals:
  • 3. Overview • What is Rack? • Why do we need Rack? • The design of Rack • The Rack distribution • Coset: a RESTful Rack framework • Real World Rack
  • 4. What is Rack? • Rack is a specification (and implementation) of a minimal abstract Ruby API that models HTTP
  • 5. Why do we need Rack? • Developing a Ruby web framework is not hard… • …but it’s lots of repetitive, boring work: • Again, write interfaces to all the servers! • Again, write decoding code or copy cgi.rb

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