The Javuh class registry is an organized distribution of PHP classes, including an object modeling system, parsers, Internet protocols, database abstraction, additional functions, and more. Designed for use with a regular installation of PHP 4, the Javuh library features debugging code throughout which is piped through a PHP class to a UDP socket or log file. A major difference between Javuh and PEAR is Javuh's focus on extending the classes instead of using them directly.
YAML (rhymes with "camel") is a straightforward machine parseable data serialization format designed for human readability and interaction with scripting languages such as Perl and Python. YAML is optimized for data serialization, configuration settings, log files, Internet messaging, and filtering.
For Ruby developers, YAML is a natural fit for object serialization and general data storage, as their semantics are similiar. YAML4R is a fully-featured YAML parser and emitter for Ruby. Use it as a drop-in replacement for PStore, or use one of its several APIs to store object data in the friendly and readable YAML style.
Good to see a Ruby article, wish there was greater depth I see what you're trying to illustrate: how simple it is to restructure your code in Ruby. To make the code become modular. Your exam...