Reasons Why Ruby is not dead?

We are already in 2019. Ruby on Rails is now 13 years old. As per the latest usage information on Built With, Ruby on Rails is currently used by a total 2,701,960 websites. There are already 8,66,537 live websites with an additional 1,835,423 websites that used RoR historically. RoR is currently used by high traffic websites such as AMP, Archive of Our Own, cookPAD, Hulu, Slideshare, Goodreads and sound cloud.Though, these numbers do not define the popularity and current status of RoR. Like every technology, trend, and programming language has its reputation that sooner or later will vary slightly or will decrease in a considerable amount. Still, I believe RoR is doing a great job and remains an excellent web development choice to work with 2019. Every year the rumors about the death and demise of RoR is circulating amongst the developer’s community and so many articles are being written prophesying the “death” of RoR. I request you to not waste your time in reading such baseless articles. The language – Ruby and the framework – Rails is safe and sound.
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Nezir Zahirovic

Freelance software developer Ruby On Rails (4 years) / MCPD .Net / C# / Asp.Net / CSS / SQL / (11 years)

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