Many people who hear Ruby and Ruby on Rails think that these two terms mean the same thing. While you might get the impression that the two have a lot in common, the reality is quite different. Thanks to this guide, you will clear all your doubts about this topic. Also, you will gain valuable knowledge, which may be useful when you choose the right tools for software development.
Not so long ago, I was challenged with a specific task in one of our projects. We need to share some data between two external applications. In particular, we need to synchronize data in the same structure in both apps in this way to have access to it in both applications. It is required to keep the same structure, same values, and any creation of a new data set or even update in one of the apps should impact both projects. Sounds usual and something that developers work with from time to time.
Hello, my name is Kazimierz Szołtysik, and I have been a Ruby developer at Railwaymen since July 2020. Since 2015 I have been consistently writing and developing applications in Ruby and Ruby on Rails. Why Ruby? Because in my opinion, it is the most readable and elegant of all backend languages I have come across so far. Programming in it is a lot of fun, and you can create a very clear and extremely readable code in it. Why Ruby on Rails? Because thanks to creating this framework in 2015, it became possible to develop fully independent web applications using the Ruby language.
Time flies, doesn’t it? I remember writing the 1st edition of this article 6 years ago when world haven’t heard about the COVID-19 and I was just an aspiring RoR developer trying to do my best at Railwaymen.
Developers are looking for the best tools, techniques, and solutions to build successful applications. Improvement is part of our job. Vue was born from the need to connect complex web framework features and simplicity in use. That's why 2 years ago, it aroused my interest.
Without CMS, your website is gonna be very hard to manage. Imagine that you can’t change your contact info, product descriptions, or the slogan you have on your header without the help of a developer. Sounds terrible!
I am sure that every developer (at least once) has to work in unsystematic code files. There is nothing more annoying. Today, I want to show you how organizing application code can improve your work. During years of my career, I had opportunities to implement a Clean Architecture approach in projects. In my opinion, it works very well, and it is worth using.
Quality Assurance is one of the most important parts of the custom app development process. After all - as a client, you want your software to not only be beautifully designed, well coded, and liked by your target audience but also bugs and errors free. Yet as we see, even the tech giants struggle to ensure that for their end-users - Apple and iOS 8 updates disaster in 2014 shows that clearly. After the release of the update, Apple had to withdraw it a few hours after its release as it blocked calls and disabled the touch ID function. What a shame!
Why is Ruby one of the most frequently chosen from the varied world of programming languages? What is the reason for creating a web app with the help of Ruby on Rails framework? Why do entrepreneurs around the world look for Ruby developers to build dedicated web software? Why both beginners and more advanced programmers should think about learning Ruby language and how does this knowledge will enrich their career path?
Since the day of founding, Railwaymen is strongly related to the Ruby on Rails. Right now, we're hiring over 20 talented RoR Developers. Our +10 years of experience allow us to show you proven and effective ways to learn programming in Ruby on Rails. Although this framework was created in 2005, and some people may say, "It's not fresh anymore," we recognize it as a well-tested, stable, reliable and very available to people with different skill sets and experience in programming. With Ruby on Rails, you will create full-featured and object-oriented web applications.