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Ruby on Rails versus Django - A newbie Web Developer's Perspective -Shreyank Gupta

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As I have been developing Web Applications for just more than an year now, I can safely introduce myself as a Newbie Web Developer. A year ago, when I started out, my first choice when it came to ...

As I have been developing Web Applications for just more than an year now, I can safely introduce myself as a Newbie Web Developer. A year ago, when I started out, my first choice when it came to building Web Apps was Ruby on Rails. The reason was the fascination. There was a steep learning curve from my Python background, but it was all worth it.

Today, working in the industry as a Web Programmer, I program applications in both Ruby on Rails and Django. And during my coffee-breaks, when I sit down and retrospect, I start comparing. And when I compare, I come up with advantages and disadvantages of both the web frameworks.

Both Ruby on Rails and Django are no doubt (in my opinion) the two best Web Frameworks in existence. Both have their own bits of Superiority and Inferiority when compared with the other. My talk aims to put these bits in front of the audience and have a little discussion on the areas of improvements.

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  • gamesbook Derek Hohls, Software Researcher at Department Of Water Affairs A point to note is that 'South' (http://south.aeracode.org/docs/about.html) is Django's equivalent of a stable, fully-fledged, database migration tool. There have been a number of calls to include this as part of the 'core' but it has not happened yet... 3 years ago
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