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Episode #198 - August 16, 2011

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Roll out the Redcarpet: JRuby has met Jenkins! But, before we Cramp up, we'll Perform some HAML Rendering and more on this episode of Ruby5.

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Cramp – Asynchronous framework for the web Jump to Story

Pratik Naik, of 37signals, recently released Cramp, an asynchronous, realtime web application framework built on top of EventMachine. It uses WebSockets, Ruby 1.9’s fibers, optionally works seamlessly with Active Record, and more. Get Cramp'in.

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