Implementing new ideas into reality is always hard. But as it is with the creation of every product, not only software projects, correctly selected tools can make this road much smoother. Let’s explore the lesser known advantages of Ruby on Rails and find out why it is still one of the most liked frameworks for building online applications.
Millions of mobile and web applications are created every year, with only a small percentage of them ultimately succeeding. Quick prototyping is more crucial than ever, not only for creating new services but also for deciding which directions to follow in future product development.
You already heard about Ruby on Rails and how easy it is to quickly develop working applications. However, the process of creating new software requires a few building blocks and understanding how to handle them efficiently.
The first step is, of course, installing Ruby itself. As the number of your projects will surely quickly increase, managing multiple variants of Ruby can become quite unpleasant. To help with that, the open source community prepared multiple version managers, with most popular ones being rbenv and rvm.