My travel to the world of RoR is for people who wants to learn RoR,I hope it will help and short time and provide nice and useful information.As the title said it is my views of the path from zero to deploying Rails applications. Each post is for itself,also it can be related to the other posts.On each post you have links related to the certain stuff,so you can look and read.All remarks, questions,suggestions send to email@example.com.
Friday, January 3, 2014
Why we need to choose Ruby on Rails for your web app
Ruby on Rails allows features to be
developed quickly by using existing methods and components with the help
of modular design. The factors behind its time saving results include-
modular design, leaner code base and availability of existing
gems/plug-ins. So the development cycles in Rails are shorter as
compared to it’s counterparts.
In Rails, there are lots of
in-built components of specific functionalities already available. These
modules can be reused in development rather than building everything
from scratch. Ruby on Rails offers the ability to easily modify a web
application in response to customers needs.
In addition to the flexibility and
development speed, Ruby on Rails is an open source web application
framework which helps in developing cost-effective web applications
without sacrificing performance, speed and quality.
High code quality
The Ruby development community
is very active and responsive. There are a lot of resources available
over the Internet and any problem encountered during ROR development can
be easily solved by communicating to the community. Also security
updates and bug fixes are released regularly which helps in maintaining
top notch code quality for application development.
There are many Ruby on Rails
web hosting/consulting companies such as AWS (amazon EC2), Heroku & EngineYard offering cloud based services. They offer scalable hosting
environment and provide support for development and deployment of RoR