The process is similar to building a simple JSP-based site. Perhaps more than many of these other frameworks, RingoJS reflects its Java heritage. There's a fairly complete collection of modules, including ones for profiling and security. Many of these seem similar to their Java counterparts because they're relatively thin layers on top of the Java. The logging, for instance, uses the Simple Logging Facade for Java (SLF4J) to connect with Log4J.
Creating websites with RingoJS was fun but often left me wondering why I shouldn't just code in Java, the common tongue for most of the foundation. If you have enough experience with Java, you'll probably feel the same way. RingoJS isn't meant for people like us. We're probably better off writing code that's closer to the metal.