Knowing how tools you use work under the covers is a huge win for every developer out there and Merb is small and clean enough for everyone to understand it in a short period of time. You can learn a lot about HTTP, web frameworks design and even hidden gems of Ruby web servers (how many of you know that Thin can actually serve requests in threads and not block the event loop?).Riding Rails: Merb gets merged into Rails 3!
We all realized that working together for a common good would be much more productive than duplicating things on each side of the fence. Merb and Rails already share so much in terms of design and sensibility that joining forces seemed like the obvious way to go. All we needed was to sit down for a chat and hash it out, so we did just that.
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Today is a fairly momentous day in the history of Ruby web frameworks. You will probably find the news I’m about to share with you fairly shocking, but I will attempt to explain the situation. Before talking tech, and even going into the details
Rails and Merb Will Merge. The end result? Rails 3. See http://www.merbivore.com/ too
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