Influenced by the experiences I’ve had last ten years of building and maintaining Rails applications, combined with my experiences using other technologies, I’ve developed some ways of structuring Rails applications that have worked out pretty well for me.
Some of my organizational tactics follow conventional wisdom, like keeping controllers thin. Other of my tactics are ones I haven’t really seen in others’ applications but wish I would.
Here’s an overview of the topics I touch on in this post.
- The lib folder
- Background jobs
- Service objects
- How I think about Rails code organization in general
Let’s start with controllers…
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