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Can Ruby on Rails be used to build a website? How good can flash/flex/actionscript files be integrated with a ROR application?
 
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Rails is an application framework for developing web-based applications. It works quite well for building websites and/or web applications. Perhaps you've heard of twitter?

Flex works well with it, too -- Manning has a book, Flexible Rails, about that topic.
 
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Yup, as Matt pointed out Flex with Rails works great. You can use Flash, etc. perfectly fine since it just generates HTML.
 
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