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I understand where you are coming from with this comment. If I were moving an application into production I wouldn’t be entirely happy with the code in this article. However, the code is structured in the way it is because it was developed in a progressive way to fit the flow of the tutorial. I didn’t want to have a discussion about initial code structure, the practices and principles I might follow, or go back to the existing code and deal with refactoring. I’m sorry if you’re not happy with the code ‘smells’. Feel free to submit a pull request to the github repo.
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