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jQuery sure seems to be everywhere, and with good reason: Its creators took all of the neat ideas from libraries like Prototype, Dojo, and Yahoo’s YUI, then turned them into something easier to use. When jQuery nurtured a fertile plug-in culture, the library became irreplaceable.
“With so much potential, so much energy, Ruby on Rails has been backed up by only a handful of communities not putting it the spotlight where it surely belongs. Ruby on Rails has no doubt become one of the most popular web application frameworks, the reason you might ask, well it’s simple. Ruby on Rails promotes teh rapid prototyping methodology used by web developers all around the world in rapid development and surely being open source really made it that much powerful establishing itself as one of the most respectable and preferred development tools in the market.
You’d see that many of the upcoming developers end up with PHP over Ruby on Rails, mainly because of the vast spread examples of PHP with platforms like WordPress, Joomla, Wikipedia and many others in the same league. PHP, because of the popularity it has gotten over the years has also become one of the most preferred tools for the developers thus making Ruby on Rails come second.
But not to be unfair to PHP, the comparison is not quite right as PHP stands it’s ground being a programming language whereas Ruby on Rails is an actual framework, and today we will showcase 18 of The Best Websites Built on Ruby on Rails.”