Why Choose IJS Infotech for Ruby On Rails Application Development?


Ruby on Rails, often simply called Rails, is a popular open-source web application framework written in Ruby. It follows the model-view-controller (MVC) architectural pattern, which separates the application logic, user interface, and data. Rails is designed to make web development more efficient by emphasizing convention over configuration and providing a set of built-in tools and conventions for common tasks.

Key features of Ruby on Rails include:

Convention over Configuration (CoC): Rails reduces the need for developers to specify configurations by following a set of conventions. This means that developers can focus more on writing application code rather than configuring the framework.

  1. MVC Architecture: Rails follows the MVC architectural pattern, which divides the application into three main components: models (representing the data), views (representing the user interface), and controllers (handling the business logic and user input). This separation of concerns makes the codebase easier to maintain and test.

  2. Active Record: Rails includes an object-relational mapping (ORM) library called Active Record, which simplifies database operations by abstracting away the SQL code. With Active Record, developers can interact with the database using Ruby objects, making database interactions more intuitive and less error-prone.

  3. RESTful Routes: Rails encourages the use of RESTful routing, which maps HTTP verbs (such as GET, POST, PUT, DELETE) to CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) operations on resources. This makes it easy to build RESTful APIs and adhere to best practices in web development.

  4. Scaffolding: Rails provides scaffolding tools that automatically generate code for common tasks such as creating models, views, and controllers. While scaffolding is useful for quickly prototyping an application, it’s important to customize the generated code to meet the specific requirements of the application.

  5. Gem ecosystem: Ruby on Rails has a vibrant ecosystem of third-party libraries called gems, which provide additional functionality such as authentication, authorization, pagination, and more. Developers can leverage these gems to add features to their Rails applications quickly.

Overall, Ruby on Rails is well-suited for building web applications rapidly and maintaining them over time. Its emphasis on developer productivity, convention over configuration, and code readability has made it a popular choice for startups and established companies alike.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

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