Ruby on Rails, or Rails, is a server-side web application framework written in Ruby under the MIT License.
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Rails has a lot of benefits
Learning to build a modern web application is daunting. Ruby on Rails makes it much easier and more fun. It includes everything you need to build fantastic applications, and you can learn it with the support of our large, friendly community.
Easy to manage changes: This framework is most effective for long-term projects due to its stability and predictability.
Secure: Some security measures are built within the framework and enabled by default. Using Ruby on Rails also means that following the secure development lifecycle, that may be a complicated security assurance method.
Performance: For applications with lots of computation or data handling, Rails could slow the application down. If this is often happening in your application, have a fresh set of eyes take a glance at code optimization — this will greatly improve performance outcomes.