Ruby on Rails is an open-source cross-platform web application framework that follows model-view-controller (MVC) structure.
Ruby on Rails makes use of the Ruby programming language, the English-like syntax of which makes some parts of the code read like statements made in English.
Ruby on Rails minimizes the website development time by 25-50% because of the use of lean code base, modular design, extensive open-source code developed by the Rails community, and a wide range of ready-to-use plugin solutions for feature development.
Known for its stability and predictability, modifying the existing code and adding new features to a Ruby on Rails supported site is easy. This is particularly valuable for long-term projects.
Ruby on Rails is a full-stack framework that covers both front-end and back-end design, and it has been used for various purposes including advertising, back-end for mobile apps, CMS, e-commerce, FinTech, social networks and more.
Ruby on Rails has an option of integrated testing during the process of coding itself and developers don’t have to rely on external plugins or any testing tools.
Generally, the quality of third-party Ruby codes are found to be significantly higher than its other equivalents.
With most of its libraries being open source, there are no licensing costs involved for using Rails, unlike other commercial development frameworks.
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