Andrey (azangru) wrote,

A good illustration of the pitiful state of our industry. A question on Reddit:

Right, lemme see, So three pages: home page, login/register, and survey. Tests that you can route users post-login appropriately depending on their history with the survey. Design requirements, if any, not provided, so don't know how complicated the frontend is; but sounds reasonable so far...

So what is the question that gets asked?

"How to integrate React with Ruby-on-Rails"

And the answer?

Create a Ruby-on-Rails API and a dedicated frontend in React.

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    The war on repetitions:

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