Software as a service articles by our experts
Node.js and Ruby on Rails are two excellent choices for companies developing web-based applications. In most cases, either one of these two technologies will do the job. Ruby on Rails has recently been cited as the better option for smaller projects and teams, when speed of development and time to market are the most crucial aspects. Node.js can often do better when a large team wants to work on a project simultaneously by dividing it into modules, and to improve performance in specific cases. And sometimes, it’s the other way around. This article contains a breakdown of the main advantages and disadvantages of Ruby on Rails and Node.js, to help CEOs and startup founders decide which technology will better serve their business.
Sep 14, 2018
Node.js is a modern back-end technology for building web applications, particularly real-time ones. The technology’s goal is to be efficient and lightweight, and to allow for building fast, scalable products. It’s being used across industries, including fintech, social media and e-commerce. Node’s many advantages apply particularly well to SaaS platforms. Here’s how.
Aug 29, 2018
Software as a Service (SaaS) projects face many unique challenges during development. Teams working on SaaS products need to focus on scalability, to make sure new modules and functionalities can be built easily as the platform develops and customers present special requirements. They need to be able to test their code easily and deliver a high-quality experience to enterprise clients. Thankfully, Ruby on Rails is a technology that helps SaaS companies solve many of these issues.