Converting Ruby on Rails Project for use as HTML file(s)

Hi everyone,

I've been told by the maker of an online script that it's open source but I have no idea how to take it from it's current format (Ruby) and add it to our website as a HTML page.

The addon is a combination of Opentok and

I've downloaded it and then also downloaded the Github application but I have no idea how to convert these files into either HTML so I can upload them for use with my website.

Here's a page showing the standard API for Opentok (which I'm familar with) so I'd love to know how to get this project to work with this:

Could anyone assist me with this?


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Ray PaseurConnect With a Mentor Commented:
I think you may want to hire a professional developer to help you with this.  While you can save the HTML, it looks like there may be a lot of underlying functionality that would be lost if all you had was the HTML.  In other words, the server-side may be important, and that's where you would need Ruby expertise.
You can watch the ruby project online and then make a cmd->S (cntrl->S on a win pc) to save the whole page.

Saving the whole page will save the whole html page including stylesheets, javascript files and html structure into one folder on your local machine on a destination of your choice.
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