"One of the goals of Project Zero is to encourage scripting as
the primary means of creating RESTful resources and reusable
components. Zero supports the Groovy and PHP scripting languages by
default, but if you look closely at its architecture, you'll see
there's no reason it can't support others as well. The Ruby
language (and its Web 2.0 platform, Ruby on Rails) has enjoyed
enormous success in the last few years, and many Ruby developers
make their living creating the kind of applications that Zero is
built for. This article will show Ruby enthusiasts how to have
their cake and eat it too by adding support for their favorite
language to the Zero platform..."
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