What do you guys think of "render nil" render nothing instead an error?

I don’t think the reasoning necessarily justifies the desire to make render nil work. I say that because the examples you link to, specifically the second link, are relying on putting view-related logic into the model, which Rails is trying to steer away from. Any examples that demonstrate the need for passing nil without relying on view logic in the model?

Check out my first phrase.

“Today several apps are using presenters/decorators to extract some logic from the views and in some cases is a little hard to do that.”

I’m not thinking of use a model method.