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Nice work.

I definitely agree with the overall opinions here. And I do see a lot of similarities with use-cases and form objects, and maybe a more conventional way of behaviours could be having simple concerns for the form objects (UseCases). 🤔

I like the distinction of when to use Services versus UseCases, this has often been a decision that isn't always made consistently on projects/codebases.

 

HI Unathi! Thanks for your response :)

Yes, you're right there is a big similarity between UseCases and FormObjects. Rails Form Objects are one of the inspiration sources for this gem. I encourage everyone to use what he/she/it likes the most. The both provide the same purpose. And yes, you don't need a gem for everything. You can do most of the stuff with rails builtin tools.

However I really like the term "UseCase" and defining the workflow via steps is really elegant in my opinion. That's why wanted to have a gem with some kind of "micro framework" and I'm looking forward to extend the gem with some additional tools and feature (without harming the simplicity of the gem).

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