Ruby RhoConnect apps can also be generated using RhoStudio. To use this method, see Generating a RhoConnect app with RhoStudio
After code generation, the bundle install command will be run for the first time automatically.
Note: It is required to have a connection to the internet to create an application. There are certain Ruby gems that RhoConnect is dependent on.
Once you have generated your app code, you’ll need to start your redis server and the RhoConnect app in order to ensure that everything is working properly.
If all went well, you should see:
Listening on 0.0.0.0:9292, CTRL+C to stop
This means that your RhoConnect app is up and running on localhost:9292. If you go to this address in your browser you will see the RhoConnect Console, pictured below.