Relevance Announces Streamlined

Update: I somehow managed to misspell Relevance’s name. Fixed.

I’m missing RailsConf this year (I have no excuse, I live two hours away). I’m living vicariously through the other attendees though, keeping an eye on the blog posts.

One announcement that I just caught was that Relevance has announced Streamlined, which is a framework on top of the Rails framework. Some of the interesting features include (pulled from Justing Gehtland’s post):

It looks like this gives you a really good jumpstart on building data driven applications (as if Rails wasn’t enough of a jumpstart). The management views in particular sound nice (Django has this already, really the only thing Django has over Rails as far as I can tell).

They’re planning on realeasing this at OSCON in July. I’m looking forward to it.