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    Ruby on Rails

    Hello all,

    I am interested in Web Development. But dont know whether I should know Ruby before hand before beginning with Ruby on Rails or start with Rails.

    Please help me and let me know whether Ruby is required to be known before learning Rails or not.

    Please explain me a bit in detail as I am new to Ruby.

    Thank you

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    Rails is an MVC framework (a methodology for building applications) that was built to work with Ruby.
    There are similar (MVC) frameworks that work with PHP and .NET (for example).

    And MVC is not restricted to only the web. Development on iOS (in Objective-C) uses a Model-View-Controller paradigm.

    Ruby is the development language. Rails is an MVC framework for applications.

    If you are interested in learning Web Development, I recommend you learn
    • HTML
    • CSS
    • Javascript



    Then, perhaps, Ruby and Ruby on Rails
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    Thanks a lot

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    Ruby rails is better when it comes to Database systems.. I known someone who do some program for a hotel and it is really good for query and database executions..


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