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by Nick Sieger
The Ruby programming language makes for great integration glue in enterprise applications. With JRuby, the Ruby implementation that runs on the JVM, and Rails as our glue for web applications, we can inject a high degree of flexibility into an existing Java web application. And we can do it in a way that cohabitates with legacy code and does not require significant rewriting of existing functionality.
We'll present strategies for incrementally taking advantage of the productivity of Ruby and Rails in a legacy Java environment. We'll also highlight new features of the latest version of Rails that can be applied to take productivity to new levels once you've begun to harness the power of Ruby and Rails in your existing application.
by Jeff Casimir
Whether you're new to Rails or have been around few years, chances are that your views are primitive. Detonate what you know about how views are written and let's start over.
In this session you'll learn:
By the end you'll be dying to blow up your views.
20th–21st September 2011