Developers prefer Rails framework because it speeds-up the development process and at the same time reduces error occurrence. It delivers faster and easier development with quality results. With ROR programming language the developers need to write only a few lines of code in comparison to other programming languages. It implements COC (Convention over Configuration) coding philosophy, which enables the programmers with less software consumption and to generate more codes efficiently. The primary aim is to speed up development process.
by XavierRoig 8 years ago
What factors do developers consider during Smartphone Apps Development?
by Kate Herrell 7 years ago
Do you prefer to keep your artistic process a secret, or do you share as you go?Some people think that the end product is the most important about writing, painting, filmmaking, or any other artistic endeavor, while others like to share their art while it is in development. Which do you prefer?
by Sophia Angelique 8 years ago
If you do not stop fighting over the small things now (religion, party politics, etc), this real fight will be over before you've thought about it.The freedom gained by generations fighting on your behalf for the last three or four centuries will be lost.http://www.un.org/esa/dsd/agenda21/Do you...
by hollyhock 7 years ago
What is the best development framework for PHP?such as Yii, CodeIgniter, PHP cake
by mrnasir 3 years ago
Hello,I didn't do any web development course but I can create a website by buying a domain & hosting then install wordpress and free/paid theme. That's it.I just want to ask that in this whole procedure where's the role of web developer;who can program and design the website like in dreamweaver...
by jobister 6 years ago
Which software programming language should a beginner start with for web development?Looking to get into web development and would like to have some programming background to not only help me learn but also enhance my career. Any suggestions?
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