Or, how we can help you build your SaaS business within only 3 weeks and make your dreams become a reality.
Delivering something quickly, and being able to test the hypotheses is always the most important factor in determining the future and fortune of your online business. With that in mind, the Rails platform always seemed to be the natural choice for this task. On the other hand, being an extreme productivity framework was not enough. Rails had to resist natural forces induced by the ever-changing technological landscape. It is more than 10 years old now, and a lot of people started asking “Is Rails still relevant nowadays?”.
Thank God, the Rails team never settled. It always had all the right answers at the right moment. Yeah, we agree, it could have come a bit sooner, but it is finally here: Hotwire! Rails is more relevant than ever, and it is here to stay. Period.
Hotwire finally gives us the answers to these hot-burning questions:
Doing so can you utilise Rails only, and rely on backend rendering?
Yes, yes and yes!
Enter the world of Hotwire: a brave new world of HTML over the wire. In the team’s own words:
If this does not tell you much, let’s say Hotwire consists of 3 main parts: Turbo, Stimulus and Strada. A trio of answers to the 3 questions asked above:
Not only does Rails finally have answers to these hot topics, there’s even more for us at RubySoft.com; it was a pivot point. We went one step further and completely reshaped our offering. From now on we will be focusing on helping businesses and entrepreneurs bring their ideas into reality. That is why we completely revamped our service: We promise we will deliver you a minimal viable product within only 3 weeks.
That’s right, you heard it correctly. It will take us only 3 weeks to build the first fully functioning version of your new SaaS business. You can read more about how it works, but here are the 3 main reasons why would you want to use our service:
Rails is here to stay and Hotwire is the same way. It is becoming an official part of Rails 7.0 and default way of doing things in Rails. It has already been used in production for some time by the Rails folks for their HEY email client. So it is more than stable and production ready.
In our next article we will tell you about the secrets that will make your Rails app a breeze to run, maintain and scale. It mostly comes down to conventions and paradigms within Rails itself, but being disciplined about these will guarantee the reliability of your app and give you a stress-free life.
Building your next SaaS is just around a corner. Email us now, and let us know about your idea: firstname.lastname@example.org