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Ruby on Rails on .NET

Microsoft’s John Lam reports:

IronRuby dispatched some simple requests through an unmodified copy of Rails a few days ago. Today, we’re going to show off our progress live at RailsConf.

He adds that performance is terrible; so you might not want to migrate your project just yet. Why bother? Mainly, to get Rails productivity plus access to .NET libraries – in other words, integration with Microsoft’s platform.

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1 comment to Ruby on Rails on .NET

  • Edward Royce

    Hmmm.

    How would you compare Ruby on Rails vs PHP or Python?

    I’m curious as I’m thinking of a couple websites I’d like to do as side projects and I’m not sure which of these technologies I’d like to learn.