Ruby on Rails sometimes Rails or RoR is an open-source and server-side web application that was developed by David Heinemeier Hansson, and licensed under MIT.
RoR offers some kind of brushed syntax that doesn’t require colossal and extra punctuations as experienced with most web development app languages. This is what makes Ruby so popular. It affords efficiency in writing code hence minimizing the time taken to finish the project.
Ruby is also very easy to learn and has been in the industry since 2005. The most conductive example and industry use of Ruby is in the high-end demanding eCommerce such as Shopify, the coder’s hub Github. Other websites application include
Yammer used in Microsoft 365,
The famous Scribd
The amazing sports website and application Bleacher Report
Over 5,000 developers have contributed to Ruby on Rails since 2005 with Rafael Mendonca Franca with the most contribution over 9,000 commits.
List of Top 50 Contributors to Ruby
If you want to see the All-Time contributors check the pdf download below
All Time Contributors to Ruby on Rails
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