Ruby on Rails (RoR) Development Company

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Ruby on Rails (RoR) is a server-side web application framework, A model–view–controller (MVC) framework, providing default structures for a database, a web service, and web pages. It encourages and facilitates the use of web standards such as JSON or XML for data transfer, and HTML, CSS and JavaScript for display and user interfacing.

ROR includes tools that make common development tasks easier "out-of-the-box", such as scaffolding that can automatically construct some of the models and views needed for a basic website. Also included are WEBrick, a simple Ruby web server that is distributed with Ruby, and Rake, a build system, distributed as a gem. Together with Ruby on Rails, these tools provide a basic development environment.

Mobiloitte specializes in developing Ruby on Rails (RoR) web application using robust technologies and agile development method. This approach provides the ability for Mobiloitte to develop Ruby on Rails application faster, high performance and secure, which saves the save and money both.

Mobiloitte Advantage:
  • Strong, talented, experience in-house team
  • Experienced UI and UX team
  • Experienced (Ruby on Rails (RoR) developers
  • Standards Coding Guidelines
  • Using the most up-to-date and emerging technology & latest version
Quality Assurance Testing

The most important part of development is testing every possible code and functionality of the application. Mobiloitte’s highly skilled QA team thoroughly tests all features and functionality before they are deployed. We at Mobiloitte isn't satisfied until the highest level of quality is attained.


Usability is critical to the success of an application. Although Mobiloitte develop applications that can perform any complex task, clean, user-friendly interface designs are also integrated.

12+ Years Experience

Mobiloitte has been developing interactive, dynamic, user friendly, highly functional and enterprise web applications using Ruby on Rails (RoR) framework.

Here at Mobiloitte, our greatest strength is versatile. Mobiloitte is experienced in all cutting edge application development using Ruby on Rails (RoR) including:

  • Games and multimedia apps
  • eCommerce apps
  • Social networking
  • Business apps
  • Retail services apps
  • Productivity apps
  • Financial and money management apps
  • Directory and geo location apps
  • Polls
  • Calendar and events apps
  • Reservations, booking and ticketing

The Mobiloitte Ruby on Rails (RoR) Development) Team has years of experience and extensive knowledge of programming and enterprise applications. Mobiloitte uses the most advanced tools and technologies to create powerful applications.

Top RoR CMS on that Mobiloitte has developed applications.
  • Radiant CMS
  • Adva CMS
  • Casein CMS
  • Browser CMS
  • Refinery CMS
  • Locomotive CMS
  • Comfortable Mexican Sofa
  • Slate CMS
  • Webiva

Why Ruby on Rails(RoR) Framework?

Framework Structure

Ruby on Rails is separated into various packages, namely ActiveRecord (an object-relational mapping system for database access), Active Resource (provides web services), Action Pack, Active Support and Action Mailer.

Prior to version 2.0, Ruby on Rails also included the Action Web Service package that is now replaced by Active Resource. Apart from standard packages, developers can make plugins to extend existing packages. Earlier Rails supported plugins within their own custom framework; version 3.2 deprecates these in favor of standard Ruby "gems"


Ruby on Rails is often installed using RubyGems, a package manager which is included with current versions of Ruby. Many free Unix-like systems also support installation of Ruby on Rails and its dependencies through their native package management system.

Ruby on Rails is typically deployed with a database server such as MySQL or PostgreSQL, and a web server such as Apache running the Phusion Passenger module.


Rails running on Matz's Ruby Interpreter (the de facto reference interpreter for Ruby) had been criticized for issues with scalability.These critics often mentioned various Twitter outages in 2007 and 2008, which spurred Twitter's partial transition to Scala (which runs on the Java Virtual Machine) for their queueing system and other middleware.


In March 2012, security researcher Egor Homakov discovered a "mass assignment" vulnerability that allowed certain Rails applications to be remotely exploited, and demonstrated it by non-maliciously hacking GitHub after his earlier attempts at responsible disclosure were dismissed.


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