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I agree. the choice really depends on what you need. If you look for a way to build a real-time application that requires processing a big number of concurrent connections, Node.js is the perfect match. If your project doesn’t require a lot of real-time functionality, Ruby on Rails is the way to go. More on this can be found in this article https://yojji.io/blog/ruby-on-rails-vs-node-js

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