Ruby on Rails is one of the most versatile frameworks in recent years. Rails is a full-stack framework. It ships with all the necessary tools to create amazing web applications on both Frontend and Backend.
Rendering of HTML templates, updating databases, sending and receiving emails, keeping active pages via WebSockets, job queuing for asynchronous jobs, storage of uploads in the cloud, and provision of strong security protections for common attacks. Rails can apparently do it all and much more, which is why it has become a favorite among developers.
In contrast to a Backend developer and a Fullstack developer, it stands out that the Backend developer is in charge of the "behind the scenes" of the application or web page and the Fullstack developer would be a mixture of both, an expert in both parts of the development and that he can build an app from start to finish.
While there was a time in web development when developers had to write the HTML for each page, this no longer applies today as it would be nearly impossible when you think about creating today's dynamic and interactive websites. Rails, a framework where you don't normally have to write HTML on every page, has multiple components to generate the remaining code:
In this way, Frontend development is worked using Ruby on Rails. This framework has been used to create several of the most well-known and visited pages of recent years, such as the first version of Google, Spotify, and others, positioning it as one of the favorites among developers and software companies.
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