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Lightweight, fast and modular MVC Ruby web framework. Excellent for high performance dynamic pages and web services.
Thin is a Ruby web server that glues together 3 of the best Ruby libraries in web history: * the Mongrel parser, the root of Mongrel speed and security * Event Machine, a network I/O library with extremely high scalability, performance and stability * Rack, a minimal interface between webservers and Ruby frameworks
Ramaze aims to be a simple open-source web-framework based on Ruby. It provides several—easy to understand and fully documented—abstractions useful for the daily work of a pragmatic web developer. The primary goal of Ramaze is to be of use to as many people as possible. This can be ... [More]
Warbler is a gem to make a .war file out of a Rails project. The intent is to provide a minimal, flexible, ruby-like way to bundle up all of your application files for deployment to a Java application server. Warbler provides a sane set of out-of-the box defaults that should allow most Rails ... [More]
A Rack JSONP middleware This is a customized implementation of a JSONP middleware. The main difference with the rest of them is that this one will add JSONP support to any of your JSON calls but only when the extension name '.jsonp' is present. Since 'callback' is a really ... [More]
A feature-rich, compact, and extensible web framework for Ruby. Waves is thread-safe, hot-patchable, and supports easy clustering. Waves relies on best-of-breed Ruby libraries, including Rack, Mongrel, Sequel, Markaby, and Erubis, among others. And it uses just-in-time class and module creation to minimize the code you have to write.
Ebb aims to be a small and fast web server specifically for hosting web frameworks like Rails, Merb, and in the future Django.
Mack is a Ruby web application framework. It takes the best ideas from several frameworks, including Rails, Merb, and Ramaze, and tries to improve upon those ideas. Mack uses Rack as an abstraction layer to separate itself from it‘s deployment.