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The Simplest Possible Rails Decorator Implementation That Just Might Work

Interested in decorators/presenters in a Rails app?

Want something that’s going to do what you need to help keep your code organized, clear, and nice and polymorphic – but with as few extra lines (even in dependencies), as little complexity, and as little Rails ‘magic’ as possible, keeping all the code transparent and doing just what it says?

Here’s my attempt at demonstrating a Simplest Rails Decorator Implementation That Just Might Work in just a few dozen lines of code.

With rather extensive explanation of what it’s doing and why and how I arrived at it, which may or may not be your bag.

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