Ruby on Rails Usage Statistics
As of March 2021, 380,996 global websites have been built using Ruby on Rails, on 199,681 unique domains.
Where is Ruby on Rails used?
The Ruby on Rails framework is used by numerous organisations to create everything from relatively simple sites to internationally recognisable platforms.
What can you make with Ruby on Rails?
Perhaps the question should really be – what can’t you make with the Ruby programming language on the Rails web application framework?
3 pitfalls of relying on third-party code libraries
When you add code to your codebase, you are assuming responsibility for it. When you use a third-party dependency, you’re effectively assuming liability for code you did not write.
What’s coming in Rails 6?
From a support and maintenance perspective there are some standout features/improvements that we’re excited to see.
How safe is your web application?
If you are responsible for a web application, how do you measure how safe it is?
The true cost of small changes
We aim to provide a quick steer to the client as to whether it’s worth pursuing further or not.
How much should you pay to run a Ruby on Rails application?
There are several factors involved in your decision. First, consider what you might need.
Not all bugs are equal
A bug is just a difference between the product you have and the product you want.