Rapid Application Development using Ruby on Rails

Ruby on Rails is a leading framework for rapidly developing scalable web applications. It is incredibly flexible and suitable for most of the projects that we undertake. The Model View Controller (MVC) in RoR is beautifully implemented with emphasis on DRY (Do not Repeat Yourself) and Convention over configuration concepts. This results in rapid development of application which is also easy to manage and maintain later. Ruby on Rails

How we do it?

At Arkhitech, we are involved with our clients from the beginning to assist with decision making and requirement finalisation that is beneficial to the success of the solution. We even give design advice on whether or not Ruby on Rails suits the project size, requirements and system scalability. We follow Scrum methodology using redmine, while being open to other methodologies/system like JIRA used by our clients. Our team has worked on a variety of large scale RoR deployments. We can take the project from initial idea to a working prototype application at an astounding speed. This allows our clients get a feel of how the website is going to look and work at an early stage, and their return on investment is improved through faster feedback incorporation.

What we provide?

Our brilliant team of Ruby on Rails developers creates amazing ruby on rails applications applying best practices of MVC and OOP. Our ruby on rails web services include:Redmine Logo

  • Scalable web-based application development supporting high traffic volume.
  • Porting existing web applications built in other technologies to Ruby on Rails.
  • Existing RoR-based application refactoring and enhancement.
  • Redmine Plugin Development.

We provide rich front-end interface development using: HTML5 Logo

We deliver powerful server-side built over:MySQL LogoPostgreSQL Logo

We also integrate Rails with a variety of 3rd party applications and services:

Contribution to RoR’s Open-sourceGithub Logo

We promote a collaborative learning and knowledge sharing culture and contribute open-source via Github and Slideshare.