1. 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. 

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  2. 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.

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  3. 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?

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  4. 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.

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  5. What’s coming in Rails 6?

    From a support and maintenance perspective there are some standout features/improvements that we’re excited to see.

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  6. How safe is your web application?

    If you are responsible for a web application, how do you measure how safe it is?

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  7. 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.

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  8. 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.

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  9. Not all bugs are equal

    A bug is just a difference between the product you have and the product you want.

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