On Sat, Oct 12, 2013 at 5:06 PM, Peter [email protected] wrote:
What if you don’t want your model to be tied to a database therefore not
ActiveRecord, where do you put that model instead?
In models, because nobody said models had to be ActiveRecord because
models define behaviors but if you want the Railism that “models
should be ActiveRecord” kicked out of your models you should upgrade
to Rails 4 where now you can have ActiveRecord::Base and
I want to write a class that would wrap together the various functions from,
let’s say, the AWS API. Would I write that class and place it in the models
directory? Or should I place it elsewhere? Thank you.
It depends on what you mean but “wrap together various functions”.