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Ruby in Practice - Rail Framework & Learning curve

 
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Is Rail Framework can be comparable to frameworks like Struts etc..?

What is special in Rail and of course in Ruby overall?

Wondering what would be the learning curve for a java developer to switch over to Ruby completely.

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