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Ramaze: The Underrated Web Application Framework

A talk by Luc Castera at Rubyconf 2008

About the Talk

November 7, 2008 6:15 AM

Orlando, FL

Orlando, FL

Ramaze (http://ramaze.net) is a simple, light and modular open-source web application framework written in Ruby. Even though Ramaze hasn't been in the spotlight as much as Merb and Sinatra, it has a lot to offer:

  • Like Merb, it lets you select from a variety of ORMs and templating engines

  • Ramaze is developed in a BDD fashion with specs written in Bacon.

  • The documentation and examples from the site are very good and the code is easy to dig into.

  • The community is very friendly and helpful

I will give an introduction to Ramaze and show why you should consider it for your next project.

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