Ruby on Rails (RoR) is our framework of choice when developing advanced web applications.
RoR is a Model-View-Controller (MVC) web application framework, providing default structures for databases, web services, and web pages. It’s a bit geeky but in short, using this framework makes it really efficient for designers and developers to work together.
It’s one of the most popular frameworks for web developers and is currently used to support some of the biggest web platforms in the world. Namely, Airbnb, Hulu, Twitch, Shopify, Kickstarter and Basecamp are just a few companies using RoR.
With RoR, our projects and other web platforms can be easily developed on top of the existing platform for new features and functionality. Generally speaking, using the RoR language allows projects to scale up quicker than custom code as many common codes have been predefined as a default.
RoR has many development advantages but a core reason to use this particular framework is for expandability and workflow efficiency for multiple developers. By using the RoR framework we’re able to keep costs down while also building robust and scalable applications.