Why are you comparing these two? If it's just curiosity, that's fine. If you're looking for a technology solution, have you identified your requirements? One way to approach a situation like that is to list your needs and wants across the top of a page, list the potential technologies down the side of the page and create a grid where you can check off features. Once you have candidates narrowed down, you can start looking at your candidates more in depth, as you are doing now.
Of course, if you've already done that, feel free to disregard this post. I just like to occasionally remind people to find answers to questions, rather than pick the answers and then question them :)
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