Padrino is a ruby framework built upon the excellent Sinatra Microframework. This framework tries hard to make it as fun and easy as possible to code much ...

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  • - small fixes, documentation cleanup, enable sqlite's file to deep tree of subdirectories, caching the content_type mime type

    padrinorb.com 02 Nov '16, 6am

    Padrino - small fixes, documentation cleanup, enable sqlite's file to deep tree of subdirectories, caching the content_type mime type Padrino 0.13.3 - Generator changes, mailer rendering, proper URL escaping for link_to and form_tag helpers, new helper method, bug fixes Padri...

  • Overview

    padrinorb.com 21 Feb '16, 9pm

    Introduction Guides When getting started with Sinatra or Padrino for the first time, we recommend that you check out the Getting Started guide which provides an overview of the rest of our resources. Also be sure to check out the Blog Tutorial for a step-by-step walkthrough of buildin...

  • Examples

    padrinorb.com 27 Apr '16, 8pm

    Padrino is a relatively new framework, but many coders agree the best way to get familiar with a framework is to see examples of existing applications. Soon, we hope to compile a list of developed apps using Padrino.

  • The Elegant

    padrinorb.com 11 Dec '15, 8am

    The Padrino code base has been kept simple and easy to understand, maintain and enhance. The generator for each new project creates a clean and compact directory structure keeping your code simple and well organized.

  • History of Padrinos website redesign

    padrinorb.com 29 Jan '16, 6am

    History of Padrinos website redesign Posted on January 29, 2016 by Matthias Guenther We finally made it and shipped the new version of Padrino! The expiring hosting ) has finally forced us to switch to the new website. There are still some issues and not everything is working - we try...

  • Blog Padrino 0.11.3 Released - Bug Fixes Aplenty (Round 3)

    padrinorb.com 30 Jul '13, 6am

    We are already hard at work on the 0.12.0 branch which will move Padrino to ActiveRecord and ActiveSupport 4 compatibility. The 0.12.0 release will also likely mark the retiring of ruby 1.8.7 support as well. 0.12.0 will be a big release bringing us in line with the latest components ...

    1. Ruby 2.0.0-p247 is released ruby-lang.org 03 Aug '13, 6pm
  • Blog Padrino 0.10.7 - Reloader, JRuby, Helpers and Other Bug Fixes

    padrinorb.com 20 Jun '12, 11pm

    Several months ago, Padrino 0.10.6 was released which included HTML5 support, improved stability and compatibility patches. Today after some unfortunate delays, we are releasing Padrino 0.10.7 which is a major bug fix and compatibility release. We investigated all major issues reporte...

  • Blog Upgrading Padrino from 0.11.X to 0.12.0 Guide

    padrinorb.com 09 Feb '14, 12pm

    so please ensure that you are running on at least Ruby 1.9.3 before beginning this upgrade! Note that we recommend using Ruby 2.0 or 2.1.0 with Padrino to ensure compatibility with future versions. Also, Ruby 2.X is faster and more memory efficient. Note that Padrino also requires Act...


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