Ruby on Rails

Ruby on Rails, or basically Rails, is a server-side web application structure written in Ruby under the MIT License. Rails is a Model–view–controller (MVC) system, giving default structures to a database, a web administration, and pages. It supports and encourages the utilization of web gauges, for example, JSON or XML for information exchange, and HTML, CSS and JavaScript for show and client interfacing. Not with standing MVC, Rails underscores the utilization of other surely understood programming designing examples and ideal models, including Convention over Configuration (COC), do not rehash yourself (DRY) , and the dynamic record pattern.

Ruby began in Japan and now it is picking up prevalence in US and Europe too. The accompanying components contribute towards its popularity is that it is simple to learn, it is open-source, has rich libraries, is easy to expand and had less coding with less chances of bugs.