These questions were only shown to the developers who chose Ruby as one of their three primary programming languages.
Ruby 2.7 is the most common version, used by 51% of respondents. Ruby 3.0 usage is also rapidly growing – 19% have already adopted it.
Of the 7 most popular Ruby frameworks, Ruby on Rails is the clear leader, used by 86% of Ruby developers.
Despite all the measures we've taken to secure a representative pool of respondents, the results may be slightly shifted towards users of JetBrains products, as they are more likely to take the survey.
Ruby is most commonly used to develop websites (64%) and utilities (22%).
Ruby developers work on their projects independently less often than other developers.
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