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Ruby On Rails is trusted by brands like SlideShare, Groupon, LivingSocial, Twitter, GitHub, Shopify, Airbnb, Twitch, Hulu, SoundCloud, ZenDesk, Square, Highrise, Scribd etc.
Ruby on Rails is essentially a free development toolkit, which runs on a free operating system (Linux) and works with multiple databases and web servers (most of which are free). By using a cost-free platform, we're able to significantly reduce costs without sacrificing any speed, security or performance.
Ruby on Rails is a rapid application development tool which allows us to model out website features quickly. We can go from modeling and estimating to actual development very rapidly. This helps us on larger projects where we have a discovery phase that requires us to figure how easy or hard a new feature or functionality is to implement.
The Model-View-Controller architecture that RoR uses makes it a lot easier to manage the code between developers. This means that an individual developer's "coding style" doesn't get in the way of writing the code, so passing off code from one developer to another involves a much shorter learning curve. This helps us tremendously when we need more than one developer on a project.
Since websites are moving further and further away from being static hubs of information and are becoming much more dynamic and interactive, lots of the newer web services that have launched recently run Ruby on Rails.
The Ruby development community is extremely active and responsive. People are constantly developing code for talking with other APIs; as such, our developers have a much larger and more diverse toolkit to lean on.
More than 4,200 people already have contributed code to Rails. It’s easier than you think to become one of them. Start contributing today
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