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Rails or Grails?

I was recently asked the question: Rails or Grails? I needed to summarize the key differences and industry sentiment. This was my response. Before I make any subjective comments, let me start with some objective metrics I found: http://www.expectationgap.com/posts/13 Now for my sentiments, I believe there are three key-dimensions: momentum, cloud-support, and people. Momentum Rails has the momentum as evidenced by the number of committers and plugins available. Many of the rockstar developers I know are all now developing in Rails, supporting that community, etc. The underlying Ruby language is incredibly expressive and allows dramatic productivity improvements. (write less code that can do more) Only a handful of rockstars I know are developing on Grails. Typically, those developing on Grails are in enterprises or markets that are comfortable with Java and they want to continue leveraging that investment. (infrastructure, app servers, production support, etc.) Grails/Groovy does have the advantage that It can continue to leverage the output of the Java community (e.g. Spring). The better projects within the Java community are quickly integrated into Grails. For example, Grails uses Hibernate and Spring Security under the hood. As those projects improve, so will Grails. Cloud Support Rails and the cloud go hand in hand. Again, of the rockstar Rails developers I know, nearly all of them are running on virtual hardware owned ...


Date: December, 02 2010
Url: http://www.java.net/blog/boneill42/archive/2010/12/02/rails-or-grails


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