Monkeybars dead?

Hi,

I’d like to implement a standalone application using

JRuby 1.4
MySQL
ActiveRecord
Monkeybars

A few years ago, I evaluated Monkeybars using videos, netbeans and the
tutorial. Today, the webpages
http://monkeybars.rubyforge.org/examples.html seems, out of date and the
Kenia Project page http://kenai.com/projects/monkeybars is not complete
(wiki marks each pages with some keywords).

How to start from scratch? How to generate the project stub? With
Netbeans 6.7.1, am I able to use a Ruby Project instead of a Java
Project for Matisse to work?

Any help is appreciated!

Thank you in advance.

Daniel

Daniel Völkerts wrote:

Hi,

I’d like to implement a standalone application using

JRuby 1.4
MySQL
ActiveRecord
Monkeybars

A few years ago, I evaluated Monkeybars using videos, netbeans and the
tutorial. Today, the webpages
http://monkeybars.rubyforge.org/examples.html seems, out of date and the
Kenia Project page http://kenai.com/projects/monkeybars is not complete
(wiki marks each pages with some keywords).

How to start from scratch? How to generate the project stub?

The video tutorials at the Rubyforge site are current and informative.
I wish there were more in written form, but there isn’t. :slight_smile:

With
Netbeans 6.7.1, am I able to use a Ruby Project instead of a Java
Project for Matisse to work?

No. But you can put Ruby files in a Java project. The videos explain
all this.

Any help is appreciated!

Thank you in advance.

Daniel

Best,
–Â
Marnen Laibow-Koser
http://www.marnen.org
[email protected]

Hello Marnen!

Am 07.02.2010 16:55, schrieb Marnen Laibow-Koser:

How to start from scratch? How to generate the project stub?

The video tutorials at the Rubyforge site are current and informative.
I wish there were more in written form, but there isn’t. :slight_smile:

Mmm, I seemed to be blind eyed. At the rubyforge site, I can’ find any
videos. At monkeybars.org There is an section called ‘Old screencasts’
and the flash video didn’t return if I click the play button. The link
labeled ‘If you have problem watching this video click here [AVI]’
returned an 404 :frowning: Could you please be so kind and send me a link?

With
Netbeans 6.7.1, am I able to use a Ruby Project instead of a Java
Project for Matisse to work?

No. But you can put Ruby files in a Java project. The videos explain
all this.

Yes, I haven seen it a few years ago, but as mentioned, I can’t find the
videos anymore.

Regards,

Daniel

Daniel Völkerts wrote:

Hello Marnen!

Am 07.02.2010 16:55, schrieb Marnen Laibow-Koser:

How to start from scratch? How to generate the project stub?

The video tutorials at the Rubyforge site are current and informative.
I wish there were more in written form, but there isn’t. :slight_smile:

Mmm, I seemed to be blind eyed. At the rubyforge site, I can’ find any
videos. At monkeybars.org There is an section called ‘Old screencasts’
and the flash video didn’t return if I click the play button. T

Oops! I did mean monkeybars.org. Sorry.

he link
labeled ‘If you have problem watching this video click here [AVI]’
returned an 404 :frowning: Could you please be so kind and send me a link?

Let me see what I can find.

With
Netbeans 6.7.1, am I able to use a Ruby Project instead of a Java
Project for Matisse to work?

No. But you can put Ruby files in a Java project. The videos explain
all this.

Yes, I haven seen it a few years ago, but as mentioned, I can’t find the
videos anymore.

They were there a couple of months ago when I got started with
Monkeybars.

Regards,

Daniel

Best,
–Â
Marnen Laibow-Koser
http://www.marnen.org
[email protected]

Daniel Völkerts wrote:

Hello Marnen!

Am 07.02.2010 16:55, schrieb Marnen Laibow-Koser:

How to start from scratch? How to generate the project stub?

The video tutorials at the Rubyforge site are current and informative.
I wish there were more in written form, but there isn’t. :slight_smile:

Mmm, I seemed to be blind eyed.

I’d say so. :slight_smile:

At the rubyforge site, I can’ find any
videos.

Did you check out the tutorials at
http://monkeybars.rubyforge.org/tutorials.html ? Several of these
contain screencasts with a recent version of Monkeybars.

Best,
–Â
Marnen Laibow-Koser
http://www.marnen.org
[email protected]

Marnen Laibow-Koser wrote:

At the rubyforge site, I can’ find any
videos.

Did you check out the tutorials at
http://monkeybars.rubyforge.org/tutorials.html ? Several of these
contain screencasts with a recent version of Monkeybars.

Are you sure the version of Monkeybars in these videos is recent?
Version 1.x?

Since I hear David K.’ voice videos, these may be a bit dated.

There probably aren’t any major differences, though a few things may
have been added or renamed since the version in the tutorials.


James B.

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Am 07.02.2010 21:00, schrieb Marnen Laibow-Koser:

Mmm, I seemed to be blind eyed.

I’d say so. :slight_smile:

You are right ,) Damm it, it didn’t see this. Thank you very, very much.

At the rubyforge site, I can’ find any
videos.

Did you check out the tutorials at
http://monkeybars.rubyforge.org/tutorials.html ? Several of these
contain screencasts with a recent version of Monkeybars.

Great, the page I’m looking for!

g,

Daniel

James B. wrote:

Marnen Laibow-Koser wrote:

At the rubyforge site, I can’ find any
videos.

Did you check out the tutorials at
http://monkeybars.rubyforge.org/tutorials.html ? Several of these
contain screencasts with a recent version of Monkeybars.

Are you sure the version of Monkeybars in these videos is recent?
Version 1.x?

Of course I’m not certain. But it’s recent enough that things still
work the same way.

Since I hear David K.’ voice videos, these may be a bit dated.

There probably aren’t any major differences, though a few things may
have been added or renamed since the version in the tutorials.


James B.

www.jamesbritt.com - Playing with Better Toys
www.ruby-doc.org - Ruby Help & Documentation
www.rubystuff.com - The Ruby Store for Ruby Stuff
www.neurogami.com - Smart application development

Best,
–Â
Marnen Laibow-Koser
http://www.marnen.org
[email protected]

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