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The Ruby and Rails community linklog

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Rails Wizards (9-part-series)

https://jonsully.net/blog/rails-wizards-part-one/ — I spent the last few weeks investigating the storied history of building a multi-step form / wizard in Rails. Seems like there’ve been a lot of proposed ways to make the cookie crumble in Rails’ long history. I hoped to add clarity to a few means of doing that while investigating my own needs for my specific project. Hopefully it’s a net-positive 😊

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