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re: How would you rate Ruby on Rails in 2018?

I cannot speak to how it has changed vs. when I was using it back in 2011 except in mind share. It has definitely lost the buzz it had at one point. However, not every good tool has to be the most popular for you to build good things with it.

Note: Edited to reflect the fact that I last used Ruby on Rails in 2011, not 2013.

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