Yes you can, but you shouldn't, you should learn some basic javascript
before you learn rails. You can replace ruby and rails on the server-side
by any other or language or framework, but you can't replace client-side
javascript. My advice is, learn at least enough javascript to understand
ajax and basic dom manipulation, than learn rails.
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On Mon, Nov 5, 2012 at 10:40 AM, amr mohamed wrote:

i know basics of HTML and CSS can i learn Ruby on Rails without javascript
??

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