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Models in Rails vs ASP.NET

Thought I would jot down some thought about the different approaches between rails and asp.net mvc models especially with respect to the declaring validations as well as actually defining fields themselves. Mostly this is an introspective post which doesn’t really aim to pit the frameworks head to head and decide which is better. Rather it presents both approaches from someone who has had to use both and finds it interesting that such similar concepts can render such different implementations.

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