Hello, since rails 5.2 actionmailer methods don't take parameters but extract it all from `params`, while earlier it was parameters... should I always use params like in the examples? is there a rationale for it?
intuitively I feel using params is more flexible but there are maybe drawbacks
I'm making an app that requires dynamic ACLs (stored in the db). I have no problem saying stuffs like "this user has access to this resource", but I have trouble making _editable_ roles with rules like "users with this role are able to view records where :foo == bar"
I originally started with cancan but it became unmaintenable. I was in the transition to migrate to pundit when I noticed acl9
all the other authorization plugins seems kinda inactive (authority, declarative_authorization)
baaasically my question is: acl9 *looks* well thought out and the authorization centralization is rather nice, while pundit policies are equally nice but the credentials verification is more spread out everywhere: How come acl9 is not more known?