Are you planning on continuing this series. It was very informative.

Félix, well, in few aspects I am adjusting my opinions to updated realities, as frontend packaging evolves away from rails at all (npm and bower eat rails’ pie in frontend package management) and I am looking forward to explore ActiveRecord alternatives that could bring additional modularity of backend code. With that being said this post is pretty much good as it is, and I don’t have much more relevant information on the topic. Few things that might be added is avoiding of fabrication libraries in general, combining repositories, and extracting frontend packaging from rails toolchain. So there are more chances to see updated version of the post versus “Continuing series” + additional posts to cover particular aspects, without strong rails/engines focus ;)