I thought it was time to unofficially announce that we do in fact support Ruby on Rails and have for over 3 months now without I imagine anyone really noticing. It’s not a huge language so I imagine that’s why no one has asked what is that Ruby on Rails option in cPanel or what is that Ruby Gems page either. But Ruby on Rails does have a following although not as big as PHP or Perl or anything like that there are developers working on it along with that some solid software made using it.
I’m not personally a big fan of Ruby on Rails and my knowledge of it is not great so that may be the reason. But for anyone who is at all curious about the language here are some solid links to some useful sites.
Ruby on Rails Cheat Sheets: http://www.ilovejackdaniels.com/cheat-sheets/ruby-on-rails-cheat-sheet/
Ruby on Rails Tips And Tricks: http://wiki.rubyonrails.org/rails/pages/TipsAndTricks
There of course is also of course tons of applications built in Ruby on Rails so of course there is RForum. But there are many others as well which you can check out by going to http://wiki.rubyonrails.org/rails/pages/OpenSourceProjects
So as for us officially saying we support Ruby on Rails well, it’s coming once our site is fully updated. We’ve been making changes over the past few days to reflect our new offerings and changes in our server specifications.