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"Introduction to JRuby", Software Developers Journal (magazine); 06/2005
- Paper (or purchasable PDF) only article by JRuby project lead Tom Enebo
Take a shine to JRuby; 09/2004
- Online article by IBM showing how to make a calculator GUI (using somewhat dated syntax)
Choosing a Java scripting language: Round two - Article contrasting many different scripting languages implemented for the JVM
jEdit (tagline: Programmers Text Editor) - jEdit has a ruby plug-in which uses JRuby to perform intelligent method completion, syntax highlight, and much more.
RDT (Ruby Development Tool) - RDT is being written to be a complete IDE for ruby development. It currently supports syntax highlighting, syntax checking, ruby application launching, and more.
DataVistion - Datavision is an Open Source reporting tool similiar to Crystal Reports. It ships with JRuby to allow people to write formulas in Ruby.
XMoon - XMoon is an extension to Jakart struts that allows development of web applications in XML and scripting languages like JRuby.
Headius - JRuby developer Charles Nutter's blog.
Ruby, meet Spring - Example of using JRuby's java integration to access Spring.
Ruby on Rome - Tim Bray's blog entry showing an example (by JRuby hacker Tom Enebo) using Java's Rome package to aggregate multiple RSS feeds into one.