The example is in RoR, so you will need rails installed on your machine. It also uses a database, so after you get the db configured you will need to go to the top level directory and run rake migrate to get your database populated.
The source code for all the other demos are available in the rico subversion
The big difference with this example over previous is the following snippet of rhtml code.
class="live_grid" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0">
<th class="first cellHeader">#</th>
<th class="title cellHeader">Title</th>
<th class="genre cellHeader">Genre</th>
<th class="rating cellHeader">Rating</th>
<th class="votes cellHeader">Votes</th>
<th class="year cellHeader">Year</th>
<% n = 1
for movie in @movies %>
<td class="first cell"><%= n %></td>
<td class="title cell"><%= movie.title.split(" ").join(" ") %></td>
<td class="genre cell"><%= movie.genre %></td>
<td class="rating cell"><%= movie.rating %></td>
<td class="votes cell"><%= movie.votes %></td>
<td class="year cell"><%= movie.year %></td>
<% n += 1
I guess that is it.