Is Ruby on Rails Dead in 2019?

Nope. It’s not.

I just wrote this post on the 6 advantages of Rails (video presentation is included). Would love your thoughts and feedback!

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As per the Google Trends search shows that the Ruby interest over time isn’t decaying, but following the same pattern similar technologies are tracing.

Also, always keep in mind that programming languages are tools to solve specific problems, and that is why there is no such thing as the best programming language.

Ruby has gone through a lot of significant changes during the past year, and it is certainly not dying, but growing and evolving. The year of 2019 has a lot to the Ruby community.

Hi Team,

The below link is unavailable
http://rubyforge.org/frs/?group_id=167&release_id=28426

Please where can i download this to help complete the installation

Regards,

Lameed

Every time I see this question I answer with the same link: https://israilsdead.com :blush:

No, Ruby is not dead even in 2021.
According to the software development trends, Ruby on Rails is a great framework for 2021.

RUBY ON RAILS HAS ALWAYS BEEN ABOUT MONOLITHIC ARCHITECTURE, AN APPROACH FORGIVING OF MISTAKES AND OFTEN MORE EFFECTIVE.

Some may say that monolithic architecture can become a problem as your application grows — this is a common misconception. There are tried-and-true practices that will help you SCALE YOUR ROR MONOLITH.

SPEEDING UP AND DOING MORE THINGS SIMULTANEOUSLY is what awaits applications that run on Ruby on Rails in 2021. If you want to harness this trend for your business, write to us and we will build a future-proof RoR application for you.

The performance of Ruby applications has tripled with the release of Ruby 3.0, tangible progress since the 2.0 version. At the same time, developers have come up with ways to further improve that performance.

Trends: What’s in Store for Ruby on Rails in 2021? — Rubyroid Labs

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