With Ruby now at about 20% of the Objective-C popularity ratings (whatever those mean), maybe there is room to extend the Objective-C stack to the web? Especially as we are experiencing a shift in technologies from MVC frameworks to REST backends.
After all, we had this in the past, with core object models bridged to the UI with AppKit, to legacy databases with EOF and to the web with WebObjects. Now we could do mobile, desktop and server with a common, well-tested object model. Some say crafting object models this way is a Good Idea™. Thoughts?