12/15/2016 2:19:17 AM
Ruby is a general purpose, dynamic, object oriented programming language, whereas Ruby on Rails is a web framework for making web apps that is written in Ruby.
No problem! And if you're planning to do either, I would highly recommend that you start with Ruby. It's certainly not impossible to jump straight into Rails, but it will be much more confusing if you don't have a strong background with Ruby.
Yup, you're right. That's why I started Ruby. While studying Ruby, I am creating bot using Ruby.
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