rubyamf and sinatra

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Sebastian YEPES

Sep 27, 2010, 7:44:48 AM9/27/10
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Does anyone know or has tried to use the RubyAMF with Sinatra or in a
standalone Ruby app?

I am trying to integrate a Flex app with a small WebService built on
Sinatra "don't need the full power of RoR" and I would like to use the
AMF. any suggestions?

Thanks in advance for any info.


Sep 27, 2010, 10:10:22 AM9/27/10
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RubyAMF has a lot of dependencies on Rails and it's not based on Rack
either, so it's probably not the best solution for a simple AMF
service. If you don't want to make any modifications, rack-amf (http:// is probably going to be the easiest
to integrate. If you're using ActiveRecord though, you're going to
want either RubyAMF or rails3-amf, because sending ActiveRecord
objects over AMF requires some special handling.


Sebastian YEPES

Sep 28, 2010, 3:18:58 AM9/28/10
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Thanks for the pointer I think that's just what I need ;-)
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