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Ruby on Rails for Rapid Web Development

Ruby on Rails

Ruby on Rails (RoR) is a full-stack open-source web application development framework that can be used to create dynamic web-portals with rich user interface.

The RoR team at QBurst has proven their expertise in areas such as content management systems, payment gateway integrations, social networking, web services API, apps for medical sector, and websites with complex Google and custom map integrations. RoR is also used to develop backend for scalable mobile apps.

Rapid Application Development

Rails auto generates a scaffolding code for model and views, thereby saving developer's time. The quick development life cycle enables us to fully follow the agile development model and incorporate clients feedback faster. Firms seeking improved agility, development speed, and time to market increasingly choose RoR to rapidly build scalable web applications.

HTML as well as XML

Rails support HTML, JSON, and XML output. The latter is useful for creating RESTful services, which can act as backend APIs for mobile applications. Rails also extends support for Ajax. There is first-rate support for libraries such as jQuery and Prototype and the effects library, Scriptaculous.

Enhanced Developer Productivity

Ruby on Rails framework uses the MVC (model-view-controller) pattern to bring structure to web applications. It also follows convention over configuration paradigm and DRY (Don't Repeat Yourself) principle, which results in the enhanced developer productivity.

Enterprise and Consumer Apps

Ruby on Rails initially gained popularity with startups and small companies. Twitter, Github, Basecamp, and Scribd are a few popular sites built on RoR. Today, big players such as Amazon and eBay are also using Rails. Moreover, RoR is no longer limited to the consumer web; enterprise applications are also adopting Rails.

Featured Apps

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