Ruby on Rails packaged by Data Science Dojo

Data Science Dojo

Ruby on Rails packaged by Data Science Dojo

Data Science Dojo

A web application development framework

Data Science Dojo delivers data science education, consulting, and technical services to harvest the power of data.

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About the offer:

The Ruby programming language is used to create the web application development framework known as Rails, hence the name Ruby on Rails. It is an open-source framework that includes everything needed to create database-backed web applications according to the MVC pattern. Your application is broken up into three layers with MVC: Model, View, and Controller, each with a particular role. RoR simplifies the process of developing web applications by accomplishing more while requiring less code to be written than many other languages and frameworks. Additionally, experienced Rails developers claim that it enhances the enjoyment of web application development.

Who benefits from this offer:

Following can benefit from Rails:

  • Students, allowing them to use the open-end services provided by Rails
  • Team of web developers
  • Organizations focused on web-based products can adopt Ruby on Rails architecture

What is included in this offer:

General services of Rails include:

  • An ubuntu VM pre-installed with all Rails components
  • Database management system of SQLite3 for creating databases and handling web content
  • Puma server whose job is to send data via HTTP over the internet
  • Support for Ruby programming language which is simple to use
  • Vast libraries to equip a developer with all the necessary tools
  • Reliable and accurate
Technical Specifications:

RoR throughput improves with more CPU cores, more RAM, and faster disks

  • Minimum memory: 8GB RAM
  • Minimum vCPU: 2 vCPUs
  • Operating System: Ubuntu 20.04
Instructions to get started:
  • To create a new app run this command in terminal: rails new app
  • To start the web app server: app/bin/rails server -b

The default HTTP port RoR listens to is 3000. You can access the web interface at http://your_ip:3000