A lot has happened in the last year to make Ruby on Rails a really good fit for developers.
Ruby on the Rails 5 has had a few major changes in the past few months.
The latest release includes a lot of the major new features introduced in the previous version, including a new Rails.com login service, the ability to configure your Rails app to handle multiple concurrent connections, and support for Ruby’s new hash type, which has become an increasingly popular choice for concurrency.
The big news though is that Ruby on GitHub now offers a GitHub API, allowing developers to build GitHub-like apps in the Ruby world.
You can access GitHub APIs from within the editor of your browser or from your terminal.
The API is still experimental, so you’ll need to sign up for a developer account to get started.
We’ve got a detailed guide to setting up GitHub for Ruby on Ruby.