By divas on Sep 20, 2007
Netbeans Beta 1 was released Monday, and you can download a version of the IDE that contains Ruby support from the NetBeans IDE 6.0 Download Page. A good resource to help you get started is the new tutorial Installing and Configuring Ruby Support. This tutorial provides everything you need to know from downloading, installing, and configuring Ruby support, to working with databases, to deploying a JRuby application to Glassfish.
If you are creating Ruby on Rails applications, we have another new tutorial in that area, Building Relationships Between Rails Models. This tutorials enhances the tutorial Creating a Ruby Weblog in 10 Minutes. by enabling readers to add comments to a blog post. In particular, the new tutorial describes how to create a one-to-one and a one-to-many relationship between models in a NetBeans Ruby on Rails project.
If you are interested in contributing to NetBeans Ruby, please consider joining the Ruby mailing lists: firstname.lastname@example.org, used to discuss development of the Ruby features for NetBeans, and email@example.com, for general support and discussions of NetBeans Ruby. To subscribe to and participate in the aliases, please visit the Mailing List page.