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I think a little introduction to this topic is something that was missing from Rails Beginner Courses, really good idea to add that in Chris! I have written an introduction to the REST architecture in case anyone is looking for further resources: https://www.csalmeida.com/log/introduction-to-the-rest-architecture/

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Thanks @Zack. That's an awesome resource.

I'm a big fan of understanding how a "thing" works at a high level. For example, when I use UberEats I have to find the type of food I want > Pick a restaurant > Add items to my cart > Checkout > Pay > Wait. There are details within each step, however understanding the context of the thing makes it easier to understanding those details.

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