JRuby web server architectural overview

A JRuby server is a software application that manages the operations of a Web Server on a remote network.

The JRuby website is a collection of JavaScript files, some of which may be in memory, and which is served from a remote Web Server.

A JVM or Virtual Machine running the JRuby application compiles the JavaScript files into a Java program.

Java programs run on the server, and then on the JVM.

JRuby is a JVM with an embedded JVM Virtual Machine, which enables a server to interact with Java applications using standard JVM methods.

An example of an application that is part of this infrastructure is a Web server that uses JRuby to access the Web.

This section describes how the J Ruby web server is structured, how it communicates with the Java applications, and how the server communicates with Java programs.

A server has a number of different roles.

A Web server, for example, communicates with Web sites through HTTP and handles the load of Web pages that the site loads.

The server maintains the same data structure as the application, but it has a special role.

It serves as a communication link between the Java application and the Web server.

A database connection is used to store and retrieve information from the Java program and the database.

A user is responsible for entering and updating information.

A Java application may access other parts of the Jruby infrastructure by using the same mechanism.

The application may also use the Jvm Virtual Machine to execute a Java application.

In this section, we describe some of the different roles of a server, how they interact with each other, and describe the way the server interacts with Java apps.

The following sections describe the different kinds of Web server architectures.

The Java server is the web server that the Java app communicates with.

The Server API provides access to Java programs on the Web using HTTP and calls the Java libraries.

The API uses a Java-specific version of the Java Virtual Machine.

In addition, Java application libraries provide access to information about the Web application and data in the database using the Java library classes.

For a Java server, the Web Server API exposes an HTTP interface to the Java Application Framework (JAF) which handles the Web Application interface and the Java API.

In order to access a Web application, the server sends the application a request with the form “http://localhost:8000/”.

This request may include a Java library and data, and a response, or an error message.

The request also specifies a Java URL to a file, or it may include an XML document, or the server may make a Web call.

This request and response may include any number of fields.

A request for an application object, called a Resource, has three elements: an XML body describing the application; an HTTP headers that specify a request method, headers, and options; and a URL, or a file that specifies the response.

A response to a request may contain an XML, JSON, or XML-RPC object representing the response, and may contain other information, such as data, response status, or other information that identifies the application.

The response may be an XML or JSON object containing the data that the Web client sent.

For an example of a Java resource, see the Java resource examples page.

The Web server provides access through a Java Web Interface (JWI).

A JWI is a special kind of HTTP interface.

A standard HTTP interface does not use XML or Java objects, but a JWIE is a specialized HTTP interface that uses the Java classes.

The standard HTTP Interface allows a Web browser to send HTTP requests.

A typical JWII provides access by a browser to the Web, by means of a connection object.

The connection object contains information about Web requests and response data, as well as an HTTP response header that indicates the status of the connection.

The client can then make a request to the server.

In the case of the Web API, a JWP is an interface that allows a server and a client to communicate with each others services.

A service object can represent an HTTP request or response, an XML response, a JSON response, XML-like data, or any combination thereof.

A specific JWP allows a client and server to communicate using a specific connection object and a particular HTTP method.

A connection object can contain the information required to create a particular service object.

An application can use the service object to connect to a particular JWP.

A client can use a service object as a way to access other services.

The most common way to use a JWS is by using a JWA.

A web application can register a JWebClient object that acts as a Web Service.

A Service object can also be used to register a Web Services connection object that implements a specific method.

An API that can be used with the JWISource object allows the application to access resources from the JWS and API that are not available on the local Web. A RESTful