02 Nov '17, 1am
Ruby On Rails Isn’t Going Anywhere https://t.co/oKfA0jtpoV
Ruby on Rails has gotten some tough press recently, with programs like Coding Dojo dropping Rails from its boot camps and workshops. What’s happened to the once dominant coding language? Despite the fact that Ruby on Rails is the underlying framework for many of the most popular websites, developers are moving on to new things. Startups and individual coders, on the other hand, remain loyal to Ruby for several reasons. Sizing Up The Competition Ruby on Rails is an international coding language; while many developers are looking towards bigger things, developers are among the most advanced coders. What they’re interested in now may not be relevant to your average coder for another several years. Yii, for example, is one of the most popular alternatives to Ruby on Rails , but is very difficult for new coders, while the Django system is overly complicated for your average sit...