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Using Flex with Ruby on Rails

Posted on March 26, 2008. Filed under: adobe, flex, mxml, rails, ruby, ruby on rails, silverlight, xaml |

This is the second blog post in a series of three posts comparing Flex with Silverlight. In my previous post I demonstrated how to integrate a scaffolded Rails application with Silverlight. Here I will be showing the same with Flex. The steps needed to create the Rails application are also mentioned here.

 

Creating a new Flex project:

Open Flex builder and create a new Flex project.

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Leave all the options to default and click Finish. A blank project is now created for you.

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Using Silverlight with Ruby on Rails

Posted on March 26, 2008. Filed under: adobe, C#, crud, flex, microsoft, mxml, rails, ruby, ruby on rails, silverlight, xaml |

In this post I will be showing a really simple example of creating a Silverlight frontend for a Rails backend. This is what I think will be a three part series comparing Silverlight with Flex.

The steps will be:

  1. Creating a Rails application.
  2. Creating a frontend for it in silverlight.
  3. Creating a frontend for it in Flex.
  4. Comparing the approaches taken in both the frontends.

I will try to keep changes in the backend Rails application to a minimum.

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