Go with .php and MySQL programming directly to begin with, incorporating CSS, JQuery etc. Once you’re comfortable with that, have a look at Rails.
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Also Node.js gives you scalability and performance in the other hand with Rails if your need something scalable or with awesome performance you end with some middleware or backend in Java or Scala.
Also Im not sure why people find so special Rails, Yes Rails got its time on 2005 when went public and it was a fresh air of a framework but right now nothing special about it.
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did rails really lost its charm
Make sure whatever you learn finally, use MongoDB with it. It is web scale.
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