Cerise 1.0

Cerise is a Ruby web/application server.
Cerise app server is a Ruby web/application server.

Cerise follows the same general pattern as J2EE application servers, but written in the Ruby programming language and providing a very flexible, elegant, lightweight, and developer friendly environment for building web applications.

Here are some key features of "Cerise":

A flexible request handler framework
An HTML template system styled after Amrita, with a few extra features
Support for validating forms and displaying errors
Comprehensive error reporting
Database connection pools
User and role based access controls
Runtime reloading of changes without a server restart
User sessions to maintain state across requests
Flexible configuration files written in Ruby
Internal HTTP 1.1 server
Platform independent, runs on all the platforms that Ruby runs on which includes most flavors of Unix, Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows, etc.
Support for publishing Ruby objects as SOAP services
Sending email, including STARTTLS support

What's New in This Release:

In addition to bug fixes, this release contains a number of major changes and requires Ruby 1.8.3 (although at least one person has gotten it running on 1.8.2).

last updated on:
December 5th, 2005, 23:39 GMT
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
developed by:
Will Glozer
ROOT \ Internet \ HTTP (WWW)
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