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Devoxx%202008%20Tutorial
Devoxx%202008%20Tutorial
Devoxx%202008%20Tutorial
Devoxx%202008%20Tutorial
Devoxx%202008%20Tutorial
Devoxx%202008%20Tutorial
Devoxx%202008%20Tutorial
Devoxx%202008%20Tutorial
Devoxx%202008%20Tutorial
Devoxx%202008%20Tutorial
Devoxx%202008%20Tutorial
Devoxx%202008%20Tutorial
Devoxx%202008%20Tutorial
Devoxx%202008%20Tutorial
Devoxx%202008%20Tutorial
Devoxx%202008%20Tutorial
Devoxx%202008%20Tutorial
Devoxx%202008%20Tutorial
Devoxx%202008%20Tutorial
Devoxx%202008%20Tutorial
Devoxx%202008%20Tutorial
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  • 1. JRuby in Action Ruby, Rails, GUIs, and More Except where otherwise noted, the content of this presentation is licensed under  the Creative Commons Attribution­Share Alike 3.0 United States License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by­sa/3.0/us/).
  • 2. The JRuby Guys ● Charles Oliver Nutter and Thomas Enebo ● JRuby for 4+ years ● Sun Microsystems for 2+ years ● JVM languages
  • 3. Ruby ● Dynamically typed ● Pure object-oriented ● C-language implementation ● Green threads ● “Fast enough” == “a bit slow” ● 1.8.6/7 is current ● 1.9 in development ● Focus on performance, character encodings
  • 4. JRuby ● Ruby on the JVM ● Nearly complete Ruby compatibility ● Interop with Java libraries ● Improvements on original ● Native threading ● Faster by most measurements ● 1.1.6 this week (RC1 out now) ● 1.8.6 compatible, 1.9 in progress
  • 5. Ruby Tutorial ● Walkthrough of all the key Ruby features ● Interactive! Please jump in with questions ● Free-form, live-coded ● Ruby is fun, Ruby tutorial should be fun!
  • 6. Modules Object MyGreatClass class MyGreatClass < Object … end
  • 7. Modules Object MyGreatModule MyGreatClass class MyGreatClass < Object include MyGreatModule end
  • 8. Modules Class class Object Object class meta class MyGreatClass MyGreatClass class meta class class MyGreatClass < Object extend MyGreatModule end
  • 9. Modules Object Object Meta class MyGreatModule MyGreatClass MyGreatClass Meta class class MyGreatClass < Object extend MyGreatModule end
  • 10. Singletons Object my_object MyGreatClass class MyGreatClass end my_object = MyGreatClass.new
  • 11. Singletons Object MyGreatClass MyGreatClass my_object singleton class class MyGreatClass end my_object = MyGreatClass.new class << my_object end
  • 12. More Cool Ruby: FFI ● Foreign Function Interface ● Call C libraries from Ruby code ● Works on Ruby and JRuby ● Map simple types, structs, callbacks ● DSL for function binding
  • 13. JVMScript (working title) ● A DSL for generating JVM bytecode ● Multiple Ruby techniques employed ● Goal: structured assembly for JVM
  • 14. What is Ruby on Rails? ● A Full-stack MVC web development framework ● Open Source (MIT), Many Contributors ● Written in Ruby ● Single-Threaded design (2.2 has MT-mode) ● First released in 2004 by David Heinemeier Hansson ● Super-hyped! :) :(
  • 15. Rails Precepts ● Convention over Configuration ● Why punish the common cases? ● Encourages standard practices ● Everything simpler and smaller ● Don't Repeat Yourself (DRY) ● Framework written around minimizing repetition ● Repetitive code harmful to adaptability ● Agile Development Environment ● No recompile, deploy, restart cycles ● Simple tools to generate code quickly ● Testing built into framework
  • 16. Why Rails? ● Greatly simplified web development ● “Less Rails code than Java app configuration” ● Instant applications: working code in minutes ● Makes small apps trivial to create ● Ruby is an excellent language ● Still growing in popularity in leaps and bounds
  • 17. The Rails Stack ● ActiveRecord ● ORM on steroids ● ActionPack ● View and controller support ● ActiveResource ● Restful resources ● Actionmailer ● Email ● Activesupport ● Unicode, json, miscellaneous helpers
  • 18. Rails Demo Let's write a simple blog app
  • 19. JRuby on Rails ● Java is Everywhere ● Every OS/Hardware platform you can think of ● Probably already on a server near you ● Less political resistance ● “JRuby is just another Jar file” ● No need to install additional software on your servers ● Wider database support ● Decent performance
  • 20. JRuby on Rails (Warbler) ● Java-style deployment to Application Server ● Bundles a Rails application into a WAR file ● Hand WAR file to production staff ● Rails App deployed! Rack http://wiki.jruby.org/wiki/JRuby_Rack
  • 21. JRuby on Rails (GlassFish v3 gem) ● Entire App Server in a 4Mb gem ● Ruby-style deployment to GF Application Server ● gem install glassfish ● glassfish <Rails app dir> ● Configurable number of listeners all in one process ● Under active development GlassFish
  • 22. Parts is Parts ● Script Java technology you need into your Rails app ● Call “legacy” Java from existing project ● Get additional choices
  • 23. Swing GUI in JRuby ● Builder approach (ex: Rubeus) ● Sort of a “model 1” 1998 JSP approach ● Great for simple forms ● Difficult for long-term, large apps ● Tool-driven approach (ex: MonkeyBars) ● Tool manages UI layout ● Logic is MVC-driven ● UI and logic evolved, maintained separately ● Easier to scale to large apps

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