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Top 12 famous websites built with Ruby on Rails

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Top 12 Website Examples Built with Ruby on Rails

Ruby on Rails framework is a popular choice for web development. It offers scalability, rapid prototyping, and versatility. By choosing Ruby on Rails, you can reduce your web app development time by 25 to 40 percent. That’s why some of the best companies use Ruby on Rails development services for building their application.

In this article, we will look at 12 famous websites built with Ruby on Rails. If you are looking to hire a software development company for Ruby on Rails, this list will convince you of its effectiveness.

12 High ROI Websites Built with Ruby on Rails

The following is a list of the 12 best high traffic websites built with Ruby on Rails framework:


Shopify - eCommerce platform

Arguably one of the best Ruby on Rails projects is Shopify. It is an Ruby on Rails eCommerce platform, allowing you to build online shopping stores with ease. The company uses Ruby on Rails for scaling its platform capabilities. Currently, there are more than 300,000 websites using Shopify for their online store. Ruby on Rails elements heavily dominated the eCommerce space. Spree Commerce is another example of an eCommerce platform, which was built by the ex-members of the Shopify team. Checkout our Ruby on Rails case Studies.


Airbnb - online marketplace

Along with libraries like React.js, Moment.js, and Raven.js, Airbnb extensively uses the Ruby on Rails web framework. The online marketplace allows travellers to find homestays for short and long-term lodging. It is a prime example of a Ruby on Rails-based product that uses the framework to scale its transactions. The large scale payment mechanism on Airbnb is also built with Ruby on Rails.


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