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    Ruby on rails vs. Php

    1) what is the difference between Ruby and Php? ( I know that Ruby doesn't hurt - are there two parts? ruby, and raild?

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    as far as i know ruby on rails is framework for making websites with ruby language. php is cool, and will always be cool, but ruby is powerful as it has some great options you can use couse it's combination of smalltalk, lisp, perl and some other languages
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    Try cakePHP, it is like php's version of rails... great stuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by yangmanrui View Post
    1) what is the difference between Ruby and Php? ( I know that Ruby doesn't hurt - are there two parts? ruby, and raild?
    man rui
    Here is a nice video gives u an idea of what the difference is, bias but funny:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p5EIr...eature=related

    Quote Originally Posted by srule_ View Post
    Try cakePHP, it is like php's version of rails... great stuff
    and this is a ruby on rails vs cakePHP video (same guys as above):
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GQXqW...eature=related

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    haha, those guys are funny. it would be best for them to drop programming and go straight to holiwood


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