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What makes Ruby on Rails favored For Web Development?

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What makes Ruby on Rails favored For Web Development?
posted Oct 24, 2016 by anonymous

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1) Enable web development on-the-fly:

Ruby on Rails enable plug and play application development, it means available elements of one application can be implemented in new application development with great ease. Also, the framework is endowed with so many tools that by properly mixing and matching them, any type of web app development can be done. It can addresses all the issues that comes in the beginning of development.

2) Eliminate code re-writing:

Sometimes, the code contains some bugs or there are major flaws that requires code need to written again and no changes can be made in it. Using Ruby on Rails, no such problem emerge as it allows developers to do the correction with simple coding techniques and whole code re-writing is not necessary. Consequently, no matter how many developers would change while writing a single web application code, the project will be delivered on time by doing simple modifications.

3) Time savvy:

Writing a simple and user-friendly code literally takes a lot of time. Ruby on Rails is much beneficial in this case as it is packed with ready-to use tools that ends the complex process of writing and checking the code is good or bad.

4) It’s economical:

Being an open source framework that runs on Linux makes Ruby on Rails a perfect package that without bearing any extra cost, enables web app development a breeze.

5) Community support:

As aforementioned, Ruby on Rails has large online community where the developers with good experience in web application development share the knowledge and provide necessary guidance. The novice Ruby on Rails developers can also start web development by taking the required help from the huge platform.

answer Nov 14, 2016 by Manikandan J
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Not a question, my thoughts -

There are a number of companies engaged in offering Ruby on Rails application development or website designs. Benefits of ruby on rails development?

Quick website launch: In just a matter of 6 weeks you can have your complete website up and running compared to traditional methods that takes near about 12 weeks for web development. The factors behind its time saving results include- modular design, leaner code base and availability of existing plug-ins.

Easy to make changes: After the launch of websites, one can easily make relevant changes or modifications be it in terms of adding new features or making certain changes in the data model.

Cost effective: You need not spend more if you opt for custom Ruby on Rails development for your website. This is because of the ease and speed with which Rails helps in building modifying any website.

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Rails seems to have a whole whack of them and I'm not sure which ones match my requirements. The library must:

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  • allow custom content for pages (i.e. a developer-made page)
  • allow defining of different types of posts with different fields/data
  • support image upload for at least pages and preferably posts as well
  • be relatively easy to extract post content outside the CMS (e.g. for use in sending an e-mail digest)

Preferably it should:
- Be compatible with Rails 4
- allow individual pages to be user-edited with HTML/CSS after they've been created

Can anyone recommend one for me?