28 Oct '16, 8pm

I just posted in my blog about “Natural Language Generation in Ruby (with JRuby + SimpleNLG)”

Finally, I was able to deploy a working JRuby + Rails-API project embedding SimpleNLG at Heroku. You can deploy your own copy by cloning my nlg_service . It works fine with the latest JRuby 9.1.5.0. You should pay for at least a Hobby tier over Heroku. Java takes a ridiculous amount of time to start up and more time to warm up. Heroku's free tier shuts down your dyno if it sits idle and a subsequent web request will definitelly time out or take an absurd amount of time to return.

Full article: http://www.akitaonrails.com/2016/10/28/natural-language-g...

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