Why?Rails servers have a limited amount of connections that they can maintain at one time because the web server (in most cases) is a single-thread and multi-processed. There is a set amount of "workers" that can handle connections, when those connections are tied up, any new connections will have to wait. If you are processing potentially long tasks within the request/response cycle, you might have users waiting for those tasks to finish before they are able to load your website. HTTP is designed to be very fast and a request/response cycle should happen as fast as possible. Read More
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Comscore indicates that iOS and Android are still considered the top two mobile platforms, and Metova's 2013 numbers support the notion they are crowding out others. But wait, what is that big red slice of pie on Metova’s Technology Offerings chart? Meet Rails, an up-and-coming web platform we use to add another dimension of support and customization to our mobile applications. 24% of our projects in 2013 were developed with Ruby on Rails, making it a benchmark year for us in web development. We expect the number of web projects to steadily increase.Read More
Metova developers are passionate about coding. In fact, we like to believe we are among the best in the world. When we heard about the annual MoDEV Hackathon at CES (Consumer Electronics Show), we decided to test our mettle.Read More