Comercial web application with Ruby on Rails

Discussion in 'Ruby' started by Alfredo Gama, Nov 5, 2006.

  1. Alfredo Gama

    Alfredo Gama Guest


    I have to develop a new application with Php and Mysql, before that i
    saw RoR and i interested develop in it, but i wanna know if there are
    any comercial web application with RoR and if i can hosted it on

    thanks in advance,

    Alfredo Gama, Nov 5, 2006
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    *developed interest :p
    The whole 37signals business? Backpack, Basecamp, Campfire... Also
    probably odles more that I can't name on the web.

    David Vallner

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    David Vallner, Nov 6, 2006
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  3. Check out, The Ruby On Rails website. It has a list
    of commerical applications written in RoR
    ( It also has a list of web
    hosting services that have RoR installed

    If you have any other questions about Rails, there's a Rails mailing
    list, a wiki, and other community involvement. See for more info.

    Good luck!
    Timothy Hunter, Nov 6, 2006
  4. And, yes, it can be hosted on Bluehost. :)
    Jeremy McAnally, Nov 6, 2006
  5. Alfredo Gama

    Jeff Cohen Guest

    This is not the Rails mailing list, this is the Ruby mailing list.

    (Yes, there are lots of commercial apps in Rails, but I don't know what
    'bluehost' is.)

    Go to and from there you can get information and
    links to the appropriate community sites that can help you out.

    Jeff Cohen, Nov 6, 2006
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