Yes, you can create an application window like the one in the image using Ruby and a graphical user interface (GUI) framework such as Tk or Shoes.
Here's an example code snippet using Tk to create a window:
# Create a root window
root = TkRoot.new do
title "My Application"
geometry "800x600" # Set the size of the window
# Create a frame to hold the web view
frame = TkFrame.new(root)
# Create a web view widget using the Tk::Tile extension
web_view = Tk::Tile::Web.new(frame) do
# Set the URL of the webpage to display
# Add the web view widget to the frame and pack it
web_view.pack(side: 'top', fill: 'both', expand: true)
frame.pack(side: 'top', fill: 'both', expand: true)
# Start the main event loop
This code creates a root window with a specified size, and adds a frame and web view widget to it using the Tk::Tile extension. The web view is then set to display a specified URL. Finally, the main event loop is started to display the window.
Keep in mind that this is just a basic example and you'll need to add your own customizations and functionality to fully create your application window.
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