Why I need to use Ruby on Rails in my startup

It’s widely known that Ruby on Rails has become an extremely popular web framework for many online businesses. Twitter, GitHub, GoodReads, Groupon, Hulu and so many more services are using Ruby on Rails nowadays.

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Most popular websites on Ruby on Rails. Part two

In the previous article we as a Ruby on Rails development company have already covered such great websites built with Ruby on Rails as Twitter, Basecamp, Kickstarter, Yammer, Slideshare, Zendesk and Bloomberg. Now is the time to uncover some more awesome ...

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Pretty URLs in Ruby on Rails with FriendlyId

Our task today is to add unique slugs to our Company model on our Ruby on Rails app. The Company model has name and location properties, and we want to use those to create the slug. E.g. the company named Lugo Labs and based in London should have a slug, ...

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Ruby on Rails: The Bad and Good Parts

In my previous article, I had a hard time trying to explain why I wanted to replace Rails with something else in the first place. This article is my attempt to write more specifically about what I dislike in Rails for the purpose of the single page applic... (more…)

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