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Thanks a lot i really appreciate your help, i'l try to visit monkey bars,
i'm trying to build a POINT OF SALE for my little retail business. i hope
you can further help me on this.

Cheers

On Fri, Jan 16, 2009 at 8:55 AM, Logan Barnett <logustus / gmail.com> wrote:

>
> On Jan 15, 2009, at 11:08 PM, Warren Dulnuan wrote:
>
>  Has anyone among the members made database application in Ruby? I want
>> to learn ruby and create a desktop database application like Point of
>> Sale, Inventory, Library management System etc wherein updates in 2 or
>> more tables is done, please helpby uploading your sample projects.Even
>> if it is not a complete database application as long as it shows how to
>> update 2 or more tables in a 1 to many or many to many realtionship in a
>> MYSQL, thanks.
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>> Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.
>>
>>
> Warren,
> Check out Monkeybars (http://monkeybars.org), a JRuby GUI framework that's
> BYOM (Bring Your Own Model). We actually have commercial applications
> written in Monkeybars (http://getjotbot.com) that are driven by a
> database. JotBot uses Sequel for its ORM to connect to a local H2 (think
> SQLite) database, and an app I'm writing for a client right now is using
> ActiveRecord which connects to MySql. Apps written in Monkeybars are cross
> platform, and don't require your users to install Ruby in advance. Rawr
> helps bundle these apps together, so you can distribute native .app and .exe
> files for OS X and Windows.
>
> We're on #monkeybars on freenode, and we're active on the mailing list.
>
>

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