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How business transactions help decouple Rails controllers

Ruby on Rails enables us to develop features fast and focus on what matters the most. However, if we don’t pay enough attention to the structure of the code we may end up with a well-known problem: fat controllers. This blog post explains how to achieve a more decoupled codebase through a series of refactorings, resulting in code that is easier to maintain and reason about: https://medium.com/textmaster-engineering/how-business-transactions-helped-decouple-rails-controllers-at-textmaster-4e211f026b93

Modules in Ruby

In this article we’re going to explore the following topics:

Using IMGIX to Personalize Knolled Images

Even here at Custom Ink, we use knolling to showcase our products. But how could we personalize knolled images to help our customers visualize their creations? We often use IMGIX to help us process & optimize catalog images and decided to give its blending capabilities a try out. Let’s jump right in and explore how.

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