What? That case study reads more like a sales pitch than an informative article. I didn't learn a single thing about migrating from PHP to Ruby on Rails.
It seems they switched to Ruby on Rails because they could....essentially facing a rebuild from spaghetti PHP code, what are your options? Seems to be they could have easily stayed on PHP and gone with a better framework and architecture too. Or am I missing something?
Seems like an interesting horse race nowadays among Ruby on Rails, Python and Django, and PHP and CodeIgniter.
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