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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