In this video, we will show you how to install Ruby on Windows 10 with Scoop (apt-get).
As you know, Ruby is a dynamic, reflective, object-oriented, general-purpose programming language. It was created 20 years ago by Yukihiro “Matz” Matsumoto. Ruby on Rails is a famous web framework written in Ruby.
Scoop is a command-line installer for Windows. It looks like apt-get on Ubuntu / Debian or Homebrew on Mac OS X, so that Scoop helps you get the programs you need, with a minimal amount of point-and-clicking. And these are some steps to install Ruby on Windows 10 with Scoop:
STEP #1 » Open Windows Powershell.
STEP #2 » Run these commands to install Scoop.
$ set-executionpolicy remotesigned -s cu → Choose Y
$ iex (new-object net.webclient).downloadstring(‘
$ scoop help
STEP #3 » Install Ruby with Scoop.
$ scoop search ruby
$ scoop install ruby
Additionally, these are 5 reasons why we choose Ruby on next projects:
1. Ruby is fast → Some say that launching a website with Ruby can take as little as six weeks! Whether it’s true or not, one thing is clear – Ruby can significantly speed up the development process.
2. Ruby is cost-effective → With increased speed come the lowered costs – in this case, you save up on both time and money. Ruby is highly automated and effectively helps to cut out significant sections of the whole project.
3. Ruby has awesome modules → Ruby modules provide the lifecycle hooks append_features and included, which make it possible to use modules robustly to isolate extensions from one another and to dynamically extend classes on the basis of feature inclusion.
4. Ruby is very flexible → After launching your Ruby-made web app, you’ll be able to modify it easily. Adding new features, applying changes to data models and making other modifications can all be done at a very fast pace – again, saving you both time and money.
5. Ruby is productive → Ruby is a self-documenting framework, which basically means that it’s easy for other developers to pick up a project and know exactly what has been done to it so far.
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