The tide is turning in favor of Ruby on Rails. Choosing the best development language for any project can be challenging. Should you use PHP or Ruby on Rails? Around 15 years ago PHP played the leading role .But it is not 2002 anymore.
Rails is a web application development framework written in the Ruby language. It is designed to make programming web applications easier by making assumptions about what every developer needs to get started. It allows you to write less code while accomplishing more than many other languages and frameworks.Our Rails developers have the distinct advantage of following the SCRUM methodology, being nonetheless open to other methodologies . In addition, some of the programmers contribute to the Rails framework itself, speak at Ruby developer events, and share their experience with the RoR community globally. We help you save time, money and plenty of headaches in the long run.
- Ruby application development (1.8.7/1.9.x/2.x, Rails/Sinatra/Padrino).
- Porting Web applications to Ruby-based frameworks.
- Ruby application architecture, re-design and improvement.
- Building Web API with Ruby
These days there is a buzz in the tech world especially about Perl and it is now supposed that Ruby on Rails will take over the former. This has prompted some to ask the fact has PHP been designed to overcome shortcomings faced by programmers using Perl. But it is foretold that, to overcome the disadvantages of Perl, ASP and PHP languages, Ruby on Rails was developed.
Ruby on Rails is highly appropriate for websites that necessitate a lot of content input, storage and management because you would be easily navigating the site, uploading and managing content. Along these lines, if you want to build a CRM, CMS or e-commerce system, Ruby on Rails should be a beautiful fit. But Ruby on Rails uses more memory space compared to its counterpart that runs faster and offers seamless performance.
Further, Ruby on Rails has lots of gems, which is small piece of code or plugin which solves a particular problem. One thing more we could mention is that our business attitude says, technology has two facets just like life and every successful organization or individual must be able to soak-up the best from the two sides in technology and in life as well in order to offer the second to none benefits to its stakeholders.