I’m having trouble setting up a good MVC structure while using ActiveAdmin. Has anyone here set up a good MVC file structure using activeadmin? Registering resources (my existing models) is not a problem. The problem is when I have custom pages, actions, views that exist only in activeadmin, which I need. It’s gets tangled quickly and doesn’t seem to follow an MVC pattern (for example controller actions and views are shown in the same file).
There should be a pretty simple process to follow for MVC + activeadmin…but I can’t find it…and I have googled a lot, read the activeadmin.info site, browsed github, stackexchnage, and so on. I think I could really benefit from hearing about how someone else set up MVC for activeadmin custom pages/actions/views. Please let me know if you have any insight, best practices, tips, links, anything. It’s hard to believe the most used admin gem is not MVC capable and I’m really hoping someone can point me in the right direction. Thanks!