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A lightweight, opinionated framework with Rails-like conventions.
Rory is an MVC framework for Ruby. Its conventions are very similar to that of Ruby on Rails, but fewer.
Rory was started as a self-educational project, but has evolved to the point where it is used in production environments. Its design goals, therefore, are a moving target, but are gradually moving from "understanding the design and implementation of Rails" to "creating a lightweight, opinionated framework with Rails-like conventions."
In 2008, I was first introduced to Ruby on Rails. I'd been an independent contract PHP developer for over 8 years, and I'd never used an MVC framework before, so I was thirsty for something different.
I loved Ruby (mostly). And Rails was great for scaffolding - getting a functional web application running quickly. However, all its "magic" (to enable convention over configuration) made it very difficult for a newcomer to understand what was going on, and to actually learn Ruby.
I griped and griped about the complexity of Rails, and about the arcane maneuvers necessary to code "outside the box," until finally I decided to take a more empathic approach, and ask the question: Why is Rails the way it is?
I figured the best way to tackle the question was to start over from scratch. Start with a specification for a web application, and nothing but the Rack gem. And thus was born Rory.
Copyright (c) 2013 Ravi Gadad. See LICENSE.txt for further details.