Rails has an easy learning curve and lots to offer intermediate and advanced users
Because it's so easy to learn, it's easy to train developers on Rails and raise team bus factor
There are many apps and libraries (RubyGems) that extend the Rails framework with an even more extensive set of pre-built features
Rails uses a modular Model-View-Controller architecture
Rails allows quick building and shipping, and is great for businesses on a budget
Rails enforces strong standards, and that standardization makes it more consistent and readable than other options
An enormous community and deep bench of available help, documentation and extra tools
Ruby doesn't support machine learning as well as other choices
Rails often applications have slower runtimes than other options (because of Ruby itself), but most developers consider this negligible
Rails can be a bit rigid, but it's so vast that
Using Rails with OpsMaru
It's easy to build platforms for your Rails apps with OpsMaru. As you click through the infrastructure builder, you will choose which framework your app uses. Select Rails, and then select any add-ons you would like to use (like Active Job, GoodJob, etc.). Then pick the right runtime for you. And that's it, you're ready to go.
Ruby on Rails (or Rails) is web application framework written in Ruby. DHH released it as open source in 2004.