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We, Rails developers, tend to keep our controllers “skinny” (and models “fat”—oh, wait, it’s not true anymore; now we have “fat” services 😉).

We add different layers of abstractions: interactors, policies, query objects, form objects, you name it.

And we still have to write something like this when dealing with query params-based filters:

class EventsController < ApplicationController
  def index
    events = Event.all
                  .page(params[:page] || 1)

    if params[:type_filter].in?(%w[published draft])

export const _frontmatter = {}

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