Nice to see the release of Hobo 0.8.3 and the Hobo Cookbook for collaborative sharing of Hobo knowledge:
This should accelerate learning of this exciting new web framework.
Although we prototyped a recent application (CRIS Topics) using Ubuntu, our client only supports RedHat Enterprise Linux for production applications. The attached document outlines the steps we took to install and run a built application on a virtual Linux server running VMWare on an HP blade server.setting-up-rails-hobo-oracle-applications-on-redhat-linux-v2
Thanks for Tola Awofolu for wrting this up!
Lots of great stuff happening with Hobo, the rapid application development tool for Ruby on Rails. Barquin International recently updated a tutorial on how to get started using Windows XP.
Now that the Hobo 1.3 Release Candidate is now available, it is a good time to check out the book.
Rapid Rails 3 with Hobo – Beta 6
Check out the “hobodev” google group for more information, and http://hobocentral.net/blog for instructions…
The latest version of Hobo is a real leap forward for Agile development on Rails. We are using this now at USDA to increase our efficiency in responding to continual new demands for enhancements