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  1. Playing around with the idea of using a GUI designer to build RPG Maker HUD's, menus, etc. (see pic attached)


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    2. Kayzee


      Yeah, like I said, functionally there really isn't that much difference. Prototypes and classes are more or less the same thing outside of a few niggling details, so it's pretty easy for Javascript to support syntax for class-like constructions. It's also not that hard for Ruby to support prototype-like constructions. Like for example since your talking about Ruby modules: In addition to the ability to be included in classes, Ruby modules can also be used to extend objects in basically the same way as prototypes.

    3. PhoenixSoul


      Yet, there are some things that are easier to program and better with JS rather than Ruby, like Tetris.

    4. Kayzee


      Not sure why Tetris would be easier to program on JS rather then Ruby. JS might have a more useful library for games and stuff out of the box though. Not sure.