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Forgive my ignorance but can Ruby be used for simple web application? Is there a website that will show sample codes or application? Thanks
 
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Yes it can.

Here you go : ruby on rails

But java is better
 
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I second that

yes

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You might also take a look at: AppTrain which depends on Rails.

Regards, Guy
 
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Originally posted by Roy Ben Ami:
But java is better


Not better. Different.
 
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Check out this article comparing Ruby on Rails and J2EE.
 
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Originally posted by Ernest Friedman-Hill:
Check out this article comparing Ruby on Rails and J2EE.


Ahem. I wouldn't say the article is comparing the two. It's just discussing how Ruby on Rails fits the enterprise scene and nothing more.
 
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