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Ruby on Rails (Rails) is a web application framework written in Ruby.
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WebROaR: Ruby/Rack/Rails Application Server

WebROaR aims to make the deployment of Ruby on Rails applications more easier, and provide an integrated solution to monitor the performance of the application and track its exceptions. This is made possible by a simple and easy to use admin panel of the server. It also is the best performing server as per the developers benchmarks. Although, they do encourage you to perform your own tests and arrive at the same conclusion. Features: Simplified deployment with maximum performance Runs Ruby on Rails as well as other Rack compliant applications Run multiple applications simultaneously Intelligent load balancing Dynamically reap stuck Ruby processing instances Provides run time performance data for the deployed applications Generates notifications in case exceptions occur in any of the deployed applications Hat tip: @igrigorik - http://twitter.com/igrigorik/status/6143783082 [code at GitHub] [homepage] [documentation]

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Rails 2.3.5 released

Unofficial release notes from Mike Gunderloy: An XSS vulnerability in strip_tags is fixed. Several Ruby 1.9 compatibility fixes :_delete option in nested attributes has been renamed to :_destroy The MySQL adapter is updated to allow the use of stored procedures Rails is tested with newer versions of Rack (1.0.1), the MySQL adapter (2.8.1), Mocha (0.9.8), and the sqlite3-ruby adapter (1.2.5). sqlite 2 is only supported if you’re using Ruby 1.8.x. [view full story] [Release on GitHub]

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