Ruby vs PHP

Ruby and PHP are two of today’s best-known and widely used languages for web development. There are some major similarities between them – they are both dynamically typed, meaning you don’t need to declare variables before using them, they both have exceptions and private and public classes, and they both have extensive standard libraries to call on. See more here. However, they are also quite different in a number of other important ways, as we’ll see by going into detail about the two languages.

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