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Camping (microframework)

Camping, the 4k microframework
Original author(s) why the lucky stiff
Developer(s) why the lucky stiff
Stable release 2.1 / August 19, 2010 (2010-08-19)
Operating system Cross-platform
Size 4 KB
Available in Ruby
Type Web application framework
License MIT License
Website .iocamping

Camping is a web application microframework written in Ruby which consistently stays under 4 KB - the complete source code can be viewed on a single A4 sheet.

It was created and updated by [1] Since then Camping has been a community driven framework with contributions from many people and a small but helpful community. While Judofyr is sometimes seen as a leader, he's insisted camping be governed by consensus on the very active mailing list. Why's eventual departure solidified the project as being communally run, and is notable for being one of the few former why the lucky stiff projects to be taken over by the community before why's disappearance. Current editions of Camping are available from GitHub and are distributed as a RubyGem.

Overview

Camping stores a complete fledgling model–view–controller application as Ruby on Rails does. Camping applications can stand alone, meet niche requirements as 'the small wheels' that serve larger setups, or easily be ported to Rails.

Installation

For a basic installation, Camping only requires Rack (0.3 or higher) and (if you want to write HTML) Markaby (0.5 or higher), both available as Rubygems. Further details can be found on the Camping wiki. To use a database (SQLite by default) you'll also need the ActiveRecord and Sqlite3-ruby Rubygems. Run camping yourappname.rb to launch the application on port 3301.

Tutorials

The introductory tutorial builds a minimal unstyled wiki (download working example wiki code), and the Camping examples contains a tiny but fully functioning css-styled blog. Earlier Camping 1.5 examples will either run without modification or require only slight adjustments to run under Camping 2.0.

See also

References

  1. ^ StackOverflow answer explanation referring to Judofyr's ongoing maintenance

External links

  • Camping 2.0.* on GitHub
  • Camping wiki on GitHub
  • Camping mailing list: messages by thread
  • Official Camping Website
  • Why Camping Matters by Nathaniel Talbott at rubyconf 2007
  • RubyOnRails podcast on Camping
  • an archive of things that _why created
  • Wild and Crazy Metaprogramming with Camping
  • _why's poignant guide to Ruby
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