At BuyCoins, we use the Interactor gem for business logic. It works like this:
If you’re an experienced (web) developer like I am, the words in the title make complete sense to you and are pretty basic.
If you’re using react-redux then you should be familiar with the code below.
I decided to write a series of posts that show how I do certain things with graphql-ruby in server side Rails applications.
I recently started doing React + Redux development and Redux took some getting used to. So I decided to write this to make it a bit easier…
If you’re using Postgres 9.4+ in your Rails application, you get to create columns in the jsonb type, which lets you store non-relational…
I’m working on a super-top-secret-but-not-really-maybe-cryptocurrency-related web product and I eventually ended up needing two back-end…
Update: You can see the class we end up writing, but in Java here.
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