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This month, we're meeting a week later (enjoy this month's Modern Web meetup!). We have two shorter-length talks we'll be presenting back-to-back. Both are introductions to something new.
The first, by Phi Sanders, will cover mruby for building command-line applications (and maybe a little bit more). mruby is a lightweight, embeddable Ruby interpreter. Find out what kind of use cases mruby might be suited for.
The second, by Nathan L. Walls, will take a look at the recently announced Stimulus.js framework, in the context of a Rails application. Stimulus bills itself as a "modest" framework. We'll take an introductory look through what Stimulus does and what it doesn't do and compare it (briefly) with React.
About the speakers
Phi Sanders fell in love with computers when he used an Apple II in elementary school, and has been programming professionally in Ruby for over ten years. He likes science in his fiction, and dabbles with 3D printing.
Nathan L. Walls is a Triangle Ruby Brigade co-organizer and fan of coffee.