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When I was working on that company, that mobile ordering app, Counterless, I looked a lot at codebases like Spree, the Spree Commerce codebase. And that's how I learned a lot about how do you model an order with line items and things like that? I saw some amazing things that helped me develop an understanding and save a ton of time by looking at oh, they have a state machine. What are the ways that an order transitions through all these different states as it gets processed and charged? And how do you track all of those things?
Ruby on Rails
Ruby on Rails
And that's why I go for Rails myself. You can just pull in a gem for authentication. You can pull in a gem for pagination when you find you want to split things up into multiple pages. There are form builders. There's everything. It's one of the most amazing things about the Ruby and Rails ecosystem is just the sheer amount of work putting all those things together and just how it all slots into place.
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Ivy: Yeah, and especially with software products, I really love the instant gratification. I think it's gotten harder with the complexity that we've gotten in the web development space between frontend and backend and all of these layers and deployments of we've got our GraphQL backend on top of our microservices backend with complex queueing systems and a single-page application on the front end. [laughs]
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