Everybody needs technology. Especially, in web hosting, the need for the latest versions of web hosting standards have been the key point in delivering a successful website online, such as in the website application framework itself as the example.

And to continue, we all must know Ruby on Rails, one of the most popular web application nowadays. Having the premier launch in 2005, it has been the most sought after web application. Outstanding capabilities it offers help web development to be just “a piece of cake” to do.

Get Simplicity

Simple is what you will recognize from Ruby on Rails when you first meet this application. Using Ruby on Rails you will just need half of codes required in other web applications or programming languages. For example, language like PHP may take codes two times more than Ruby on Rails in the same application development.

But with only simple codes, you can develop very productive applications. And not like the others that start from scratch, you will need very less configuration code compared to others as Ruby has already completed the most for you.

Save Your Valuable Time

Another advantage is that you can save more time on developing applications with Ruby on Rails compared to with the others. Usually, application projects may require few months or years to finish, depending on how complicated the projects are. But using Ruby on Rails, you will spend time much less than it should be.

For example, Java programming takes five to ten days to finish the application development. However, you can easily make it into a day only with Ruby on Rails. Even better, there are other applications that only take several minutes to finish with Ruby on Rails, like webblog application as an example, which can be finished by 15 minutes only.

Benefit from Its Feedback Loops

Additionally, Ruby on Rails also has more advantageous feature, the feedback loops. It lets you monitor how far you’ve finished in a browser when you’ve added the right codes. With this feature, you have no need to finish all first to check your application performance. I am sure you will find this useful for your ease of use.

There is no prior Ruby on Rails training to master the framework as it is easy to learn. And if you are interested to learn more and deeper, as I’m sure you are, you can always visit http://rubyonrails.org/ for more details.

~Gabrielle~

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  • Gabo Lato

    Nice post. I’m wondering if I should start a project with python (Django) or RoR.
    I believe that I will use RoR but I don’t like using something because “it’s what everybody is using”

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