i know basics of HTML and CSS can i learn Ruby on Rails without javascript
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  • Luis Vasconcellos at Nov 7, 2012 at 3:02 pm
    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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  • Mark T. at Nov 14, 2012 at 11:05 am
    I respectfully disagree. For someone without development experience, I
    wouldn't recommend learning yet another language on top of Ruby and
    Rails. In fact, I would say that a better starting point would be
    Sinatra (and erb templates). This allows someone familiar with HTML and
    CSS to ease into learning Ruby but at the same time getting the instant
    gratification of seeing dynamic content in their pages. For those of us
    who have been immersed in software development for a while, it's easy to
    forget how steep the learning curve is.

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  • UNIXgod at Nov 14, 2012 at 7:34 pm
    Maybe providing the OP with links or online tutors on enough js to be
    useful for rails as to avoid the overlearning step developing in large
    frameworks.

    On Wed, Nov 7, 2012 at 9:02 AM, Luis Vasconcellos
    wrote:
    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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  • Tony Thompson at Nov 16, 2012 at 8:47 am
    You are embarking on learning programming. A framework like rails is going
    to be a bit overwhelming at first. Try just learning Ruby from the irb
    console (this lets you play with the language). You'll need to understand
    concepts like flow control, looping, memory and basic concepts around
    classes and objects to get started. Once that's done, move on to Rails.

    There is going to be a lot to digest. Java Script is not required to use
    rails although in Rails 3 it's become pervasive and currently can not be
    avoided if you want a modern web UI (Rails 2 it could). That said, learn
    Ruby first and also get a firm grasp of HTML forms.

    Java Script and in particular AJAX are more difficult to learn so leave
    those till last. They are not required to write working apps in rails.

    Good Luck!

    Tony Thompson
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