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Monday, January 1, 2018

Famous Websites Build with Ruby and Ruby on Rails

Ruby on Rails is a great MVC framework for rapid prototyping and it has also been used to build robust heavy traffic popular websites!
Websites Built with Ruby on Rails
  • Twitter
  • Airbnb
  • Bleacher Report (sports news media site)
  • Bloomberg BusinessWeek
  • Dribbble
  • Fiverr
  • Github !!
  • Hulu, IndieGOGO, KickSTarter, Groupon, GoodRead, Funny or Die, One Month Rails — a YCombinator startup, Codecademy.com, BaseCamp, Square, Strava, ThemeForest, Shopify… you get the idea.
Some of these websites garner millions of visitors daily.
Fun fact: SquareSpace is built with the SquareSpace CMS though it has a Rails look.
Ruby on Rails can also be used for building a landing page that collects emails.
Websites and Apps Built with Ruby Code
  • Shopify heavily uses Ruby and Python. Shopify also has a Rails generator for development, used by Shopify Partners
  • Google Sketch Up
  • Basecamp
  • NASA Research — Langley Research Center, 37Signal, LiveRamp (marketing, cookie browser data)
  • Did you know that Ruby Motion lets you code iOS apps using Ruby?
This list does not include all the gems built with Ruby.
Ruby is mobile portable, can be used in applications that require speed and conservation of space.
Bonus: did you know that everything in Ruby is an object? Did you know that the Ruby language was created by a Japanese computer engineer?
Bonus — Great Ruby on Rails Tutorials and Courses
  • Johns Hopkins Ruby on Rails on Coursera
  • Michael Hartl’s Ruby on Rails tutorials for beginners
  • RailsCast
  • One Month Rails Security
Rails has strong affinity with Git, Stripe, MongoDB, Heroku, CoffeeScript (integrated), 

1 comment:

  1. Ugghhh, it seems so hard to get right(( To be frank, I've known Scala a little, in order to do some bugfix job for the restaurant's site I'm working at, but I literally have no clue about how all that works for sure. And, how you may have guessed already, it's quite impossible thing to support website if you're bad at backend-coding.. Glad that I've found the restaurant website builder https://www.restauranthill.com/ that made me able to create another one website for my company using simple templates. In this fashion, it's as easy as to play with Lego :D

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