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You continually benefit from one-of-a-kind scalability model inside Blue Beacon: less bureaucracy and maximum mobility for smaller projects, − risk management and process-driven development for bigger ones.

We rely on stable components, proven productivity and reliability of these two excellent platforms able to fully cover the needs of the most challenging Internet-focused projects.

1. Ruby on Rails provides a consistent approach to building web applications with an out of the box architecture. Traditionally starting a new web application is a fairly heavy weight process, you typically need to survey and choose your various software components to solve the common architectural problems of persistence, logging, build scripts, application configuration, web tier components and workflow. With the Rails framework these decisions are already made for you, so you can get on to understanding the business problem and quickly build a working system. You become productive in minutes not weeks or months.

2. In a Rails application, a pragmatic philosophy of convention over configuration is taken, this is apparent in all layers of the architecture with the highest productivity gains noticeable in the relationship between the model and the database. Once the developer understands the rules and constraints, Rails magically connects your view to your controller and model, and your model to the database. You don’t need generators or specialised tools to manage this, it all just works.

3. Unlike other productive web scripting languages, Ruby is a fully featured object-oriented language. Ruby also adds additional power with mix-ins modules which contain independent code to inject into your classes, blocks and closures simplifying client code behaviour. Its dynamic nature gives it power beyond static languages such as .NET and java, and the benefits are apparent by how the Rails framework has been put together itself.

4. Unlike other web templating technologies, the templating technology built into Rails can be used to generate web pages, emails, xml documents or any text document that requires dynamic content.

5. Rails includes a well thought out object relationship mapping tool, ActiveRecord, which provides your answer to database persistence. Your model is seamlessly persisted to the database. Transactions, inheritance models, validation, and caching have all been thought out and are production ready. With Rails you become a lot closer to the structure of the database than traditional object-oriented development methodologies. This is a good thing as over time as the database will no doubt end up being your project’s most valuable asset.

6. Rails includes support for a variety of web technologies. Every web application needs email integration at some point and Rails provides an out of the box smart solution, and as with other Rails technologies it gives you the complete package down to configuration in development, test and production environments. Ruby on Rails also supports web services, the integration with Rails due to the dynamic nature of Ruby is simply, clean and seamless. If you are moving into the Web 2.0 space, Rails provides a rich abstracted interface to implementing AJAX operations.

7. Generally software projects do not mature if at all to the point of having a solid foundation to perform database migrations and rollbacks between environments and across development systems. However with the Rails framework you will be delighted with the implementation of database migrations for applying and rolling back database changes. You enter your update and rollback scripts in Ruby, Rails understands the current version and can move forwards or backwards to any database version.

8. For development productivity, the shorter the gap between the change and test cycle the better. In Rails, changes are reflexed immediately within the runtime environment so developers can quickly iterate between fix and test cycles without any expensive redeploys. Ruby code is also easily testable. Methods and objects can be replaced at runtime so software components can easily be tested without resorting to external tools or generators.

9. Getting started with Rails is easy as generators will propel you along. An experienced Rails developer will also become aware of numerous idioms available within the Rails framework that shared the amount of code a developer need write. Overall less code to write means lower complexity, higher productivity and less bugs.

10. Ruby has been around for a long time, the Rails framework which has deservedly propelled Ruby into the spotlight has hit version 2.3 and is not only production ready but now well supported in the community and a stack of resource available on the web. Ruby and the Rails framework is open source and well supported by a clever team of contributors.