Ruby on Rails is a framework that allows a web developer to rapidly design web applications which are capable of leveraging database back-ends with minimal effort. Written in Ruby, Rails prefers convention and simple patterns to facilitate rapid development rather than relying on a myriad of complex and intermingling configurations files. The result is a web framework that allows you to transition from idea to implementation in a fraction of the time it might have required with other web frameworks. Benefits of running a JumpBox Deploying an application as a JumpBox provides a dramatically-reduced path to getting started with the software. Aside from installation benefits it yields other advantages such as portability across computing environments and simplified ongoing maintenance of the application. Here are a few of the benefits to using a JumpBox: Self-contained deployment means easy to move or delete - it won't scatter files all over your operating system. New versions of the JumpBox contain updates to each component in the software stack so there's no patching web servers, application servers, databases, dependencies, etc. A web-based administration console simplifies the management of your application including SSL certs, email relaying, SSH, backups and more. Once you know how to install a JumpBox you can deploy any of 50+ other JumpBoxes and take advantage of a growing library of conveniently-packaged Open Source software. This JumpBox is free so there's no risk in trying it out. Download it today and experience for yourself a whole new way of working with server software.
|File Size||181.2 MB|
|Operating System||Mac OS X 10.5 Server Mac OS X 10.5 Intel Mac OS X 10.6 Mac OS X 10.6 Intel Mac OS X 10.4 Mac OS X 10.5 Mac OS X 10.4 Intel Macintosh Mac OS X 10.4 Server|
|System Requirements||<li>Computer running any of: Mac OS X, Windows XP Service Pack 2, Windows Vista, Linux</li> <li>Virtualization software. Any of:</li> <ul> <li>VMWare</li> <li>Parallels</li> <li>Xen Open Source</li> <li>Microsoft Virtual Server</li> <li>Microsoft Virtual PC</li> <li>Virtual Iron</li> </ul> <li>For easiest use: a network that assigns dynamic IP addresses. (Most do)</li> <li>3 GB Free disk space</li> <li>Minimum 1 GB System RAM</li> <li>Minimum 1 Ghz CPU</li>|