Ruby on Rails is a web framework written in the Ruby language. It lets you write everything from small applications to entire websites using a concise, unified programming model that makes it easy for developers to get started and quickly release code into production. The Rails philosophy focuses on convention over configuration, don’t repeat yourself (DRY) and letting you create beautiful application logic while following best practices out of the box. In this blog post we’ll show how these features make building real-world applications extremely fast by taking advantage of some great tools provided with Rails such as generators and migrations.
Ruby on Rails is a framework for developing web applications. It provides an elegant, structured approach to solving problems using Ruby code and allows developers to build complex websites quickly and with less effort than other languages. The latest version of RoR, 5.1, has been released as a stable release as well as being made available for Cloud9 IDE.
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