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The Benefits of Ruby on Rails

By Errol Schmidt,

development rails Ruby on Rails

For its entire existence, reinteractive has specialised in Ruby on Rails, and continues to this day to use Rails as its sole software framework (with the exception of frontend frameworks, particularly for mobile applications). And it is for good reason that we have chosen to stay with Rails, some of which I will go over below. It is the programming language that works just as well for big enterprise applications, as well as smaller startups and everything in between. Many of the applications you use every day are using Ruby on Rails for part or all of their technology stack. It is a versatile, powerful framework, and due to the strict way in which it is implemented, great for working with teams. reinteractive continues to provide full time Ruby on Rails development services, as well as ongoing maintenance services for Rails applications.

Chief amongst these is that it is often easy for a number of developers to work on a single application without tripping over each other, and because it is a very standardised framework, it is easy for a new developer to pick up a correctly written Rails application and be up and running on it, ready to write new code. Rails is what we call an opinionated framework. This means that it forces developers to write code in a predetermined pattern. This makes it easy for another developer to understand what is happening in that code reasonably quickly.

Why we prefer Ruby over other languages

By Mikel Lindsaar,

2022 development Ruby 3.0 Ruby on Rails

To quote Matz, the creator of Ruby, 'It's kinda complex. Ruby is simple in appearance, but is very complex inside, just like our human body.'

I’m a serial entrepreneur and generally have a few projects on the go. Obviously I prefer Ruby, but another project I have running is integrating a Ruby application with the Salesforce platform. Where possible, logic is executed in the Ruby application and sync’d to the Salesforce database.

Ruby on Rails Application Hosting

By Tim Hemi,

development Devops as a Service Ruby on Rails

So, you’ve had an idea for an app, paid someone to create it, and now, you’ve been told it needs to live somewhere. Apparently, it needs to be “hosted”. What’s this even mean? How do I make it happen? And, how do I make it happen so it doesn’t keep me up at night worrying? Here at reinteractive we know what it takes to host and maintain an application.

When you view web content in your web browser, the content arrives to your computer from another computer (also known as a ‘host’). In fact it’s most likely a group or ‘cluster’ of computers (hosts) working together to put together the content you requested.
And, in a fraction of a second it will be painted on the back of your retinas as you stare into your web browser.

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