Please take a look at the newly released RubyGoRails live demo at
You may download TudbcGoWeb_RubyGoRails_Demo.zip and simply run inside
the extracted folder:
And you will have the same demo on your own computer.
Q: Why do you want to use RubyGoRails on top of Rails?
A: It is easier, because there is no need to generate stubs. All you
need to do is to add Ruby files into the DocRoot directory, and they are
ready to be executed. You still enjoy the full-compatibility of the Go
Web Framework (see below)
Please take a look at the newly released free open-source TUDBC’s Go Web
Framework (previously TudbcJRubyServlet) at
The new unified framework has been expanded to support virtually any
High portability among wide range of web servers
- Java EE 5 (e.g. GlassFish, Resin, Tomcat, etc.),
- Ruby on Rails (NEW!!!)
- Ruby servers (e.g. WEBrick, Mongrel, Thin, etc.)
- Traditional web servers with CGI (e.g. Apache)
High portability among many programming languages
- Java and JSP
- .NET (C#, F#, J#, VB.NET, C++/CLI, etc.)
- Ruby (original, IronRuby, JRuby)
- PHP (original, Phalanger, Quercus)
(Coming soon) Python (original, IronPython, Jython), Perl, C/C++, etc.
In particular for Ruby, it unifies Ruby web programming for all flavors
of Ruby (original, IronRuby, JRuby) in all native web servers (including
IIS and Java EE servers).