Nice short read on benefits of Rails
When it comes to having software developed, there’s no lack of options when it comes to the technologies you can use. But depending on what you need your application to do, certain technologies are going to be a better match. For most of the custom applications to build, a lot of developers use Ruby on Rails. Here’s a quick background on Rails, why its a good match for most web applications, and why you might want to consider it if you have a web application project in mind.
In cases, business owners needed something much more customized, with specific features based on their business needs. When this comes up in business, my go-to tool for building these types of web applications is Ruby on Rails.
Note: I want to be clear that I’m not necessarily saying that Rails is the best option for all types of projects. But…
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