24 Feb '12, 7am

A painless method for breaking up a rails app (via @its_damo):

You might call this post Part 2 in a component based architecture series. The first post describes a solution for better organizing loosely-coupled, highly-cohesive components within a singe Rails application. This post describes a component based solution that aims to support vastly different user experiences and client side strategies across multiple web applications that share a common domain while allowing developers to work independently within individual web applications or components. Here's the scenario... You're tasked with building a fairly large web application, several user roles each packed with handfuls of high-level activities. The larger application could clearly be broken apart into smaller web applications. It's a clear win to break things down. The smaller applications would have unique responsibilities and developers could work within the context of one...

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