Pune, Maharashtra (PRWEB) August 25, 2014
Josh Software, an India based company focused on building innovative online web based solutions in Ruby on Rails has released an industry info-graphic highlighting the growth of Ruby on Rails, the open source web application development framework, over the past decade. The info-graphic contains data compiled from the experience of Josh Software deploying open source web applications on this platform since 2007.
While there is a range of programming languages available for programmers across the globe to build innovative web based applications, Ruby on Rails has effectively carved out a niche for itself. Globally the popularity and adoption rate of Ruby on Rails has grown consistently. About 3.5 million Ruby on Rails engineers and programmers worldwide trust the framework and recommend it as an effective option for building web based application and solutions. According to the info-graphic there are inherent qualities which make this framework a flexible, scalable programming framework. These features include convention over configuration, restfulness, minimal repetition of code and a close knit user community. Many of the world’s best known websites are built on Ruby on Rails framework viz. Gov.uk, Scribd, Github, Groupon, Sound Cloud and Cleartrip.
Ruby on Rails framework has proven to be a cost effective framework with its time and manpower savings bringing down project development costs. Time require to build a solution on RoR is almost half the taken by any other framework. To add to this, it is very optimistic to see great acceptance from Indian programmers’ community who are traditionally more reluctant to adopt open source alternatives. Combine this with the innate and technically sound Indian programming skills and businesses have a viable, cost effective solution when building web based applications.
The future of Ruby on Rails framework will become brighter in the coming years as advantages like scalability and flexibility of this system continue to shine through.