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- It’s time-efficient.
- Ruby on Rails contains many ready-made plugins and modules, which allow developers not to waste time on writing boilerplate code.
- It’s proven that RoR teams build applications 30–40% faster than teams using other programming languages and frameworks. It’s consistent.
- It’s Perfect For Web Technologies
- Ruby on Rails is open source software, so not only is it free to use, you can also help make it better. More than 4,500 people already have contributed code to Rails.
- To learn more about why Rails is so different from many other web-application frameworks and paradigms, examine The Rails Doctrine.
- Symbol garbage collector
- Module #prepend
- Keyword arguments
- Action Mailer
- Action view
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