Ruby on Rails and Node.js are programming languages/environments used for the creation of back-end code for webservers. They both have their advantages, and I won’t go into that very much here. They are relatively rare in comparison to PHP, Java and even Perl. However, successors for webserver programming are regularly talked about and both of these are considered viable contenders for environments used for webservers. The question I like to ask is “what’s next”? Let’s first look at Google Trends graphs.
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