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Why does the rails server default to port 3000?

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Why does the rails server default to port 3000?
posted Sep 18, 2014 by Meenal Mishra

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Because DHH decided so, not any other reason

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Typically used development instance but in production its of 80

answer Sep 25, 2014 by Arun Gowda
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