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How to use railway-oriented business transactions to unclutter your Rails controllers

Ever felt that when your Rails app needs to handle complex business logic and multiple steps, your controllers’ methods can become a mess?

I’ve here an introduction on how to extract business logic into processable steps with railway-oriented transactions (to keep those controllers clean!). Hope you’ll like it!

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