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re: I should point out that Rails wouldn't exist without Ruby. I think this is a key takeaway. I always hear people talking about how they are tryin...
 

Laravel comes pretty close doesn't it? Although it seems that Laravel adopted a bit more of the "architecture" and "patterns" mindset of Java, and it's a bit more verbose (I admit you could say more clunky) than Ruby/Rails. But, when working with Laravel the feeling I get is pretty close to the feel of working with Rails.

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