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#27: Padrino Ruby web framework

Adam and Wynn caught up with Arthur Chiu and Nathan Esquenazi from Padrino, the Ruby web framework built on top of Sinatra.

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Items mentioned in the show:

  • Padrino – über modular web framework built on top Sinatra
  • #padrino – Padrino’s IRC channel @
  • Ramaze – “Web framework for Rubyists”
  • Mountable apps in Padrino
  • Rack provides a minimal interface between webservers supporting Ruby and Ruby frameworks.
  • CodeRack – Rack middleware directory
  • OmniAuth – flexible authentication system utilizing Rack middleware.
  • padrino-recipes Examples of forthcoming Padrino plugins based on Thor
  • Sammy.js – Sinatra-inspired javascript framework built on top of jQuery. It’s RESTful Evented JavaScript. Featured in Episode 0.2.2
  • NestaCMS lightweight Content Management System from Graham Ashton, suitable for running small web sites or blogs. Nesta is written in Ruby using the Sinatra web framework.
  • Presto Wynn’s shameless port of Nesta to Padrino powering his own site
  • Express – Sinatra-inspired high performance, high class web development for Node.js
  • Bowline Create desktop applications with HTML+CSS
  • MongoDB Powerfully simple NoSQL database, supported in Padrino via Mongoid or Mongomapper

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