i've caught bits and pieces of related discussion. http2 reduces incentive to bundle assets. if you use hosted jquery then users might have it cached already. if users are primary mobile then removing jquery could speed up first load? if users are primarily desktop, primarily internal, then maybe doesn't matter
I'm running into the problem of having partials inside a view that are bubbling errors up to the view in my integration test. using minitest. I see something about "stubbing out" partials in rspec, but how about minitest?
This is also related to something that's really been on my mind: should I use initialize my partials from the controller render action, or should I switch them all to ajax?
frojnd, looks at The Rails Tutorial, specifically the sessions_helper.rb and store_location method
I'm working through Metz-Object Oriented Programming, and I keep wondering how things like SRP, inheritance, classes only talking to immediate neighbors--basically everything--relates to database normalization. I keep reading Class as Table because thus far that's how I'm working. That's my vague question, any hints appreciated.