June 23, 2006

Posted by John

Older: RailsConf: Rails Performance

Newer: Assert Valid Markup


From the Streamlined blog

Streamlined is an open source framework for quickly creating data-centric applications with Ruby on Rails. We’ve been using Rails and Ruby to build applications for our customers for going on two years now. Over time, we’ve realized that, like in just about every development platform before, we spent a lot of our time building and rebuilding the same stuff. Over time, we started pulling out the commonalities until we discovered we had the makings of a framework. Streamlined is the result of that. We want to take the redundancy out of building apps and let us (and you) focus on the things that make our apps different.

So it’s a framework for a framework. Hmmm…Nevertheless, the project looks interesting. Relevance plans on releasing it at OSCON in July.


Thoughts? Do Tell...

textile enabled, preview above, please be nice
use <pre><code class="ruby"></code></pre> for code blocks


Authored by John Nunemaker (Noo-neh-maker), a programmer who has fallen deeply in love with Ruby. Learn More.


Release your software more often with fewer problems.
Flip your features.