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From Joerg Heinicke <>
Subject Re: [RT][long] Cocoon 3.0: the necessary mutation
Date Sun, 04 Dec 2005 19:49:19 GMT
On 03.12.2005 05:58, Berin Loritsch wrote:

> Why is Ruby on Rails fun to work with?  It is because 
> things make sense.  You only need to learn Ruby to be able to create a 
> useful website.  You don't need to learn Sitemap Markup Language, JEXL, 
> CForms configuration language, Hibernate mapping language, Javascript, 
> XML Stylesheet Language, and core configuration language.

But don't we agree that RoR works just up to a certain complexity? And 
that targeted Cocoon applications are beyond this complexity? So 
comparing concepts or what to learn to effectively use a technology is a 
bit unfair, isn't it?


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