The years when the only way to interact with programs through the command line are long gone. Customers demand widgets, common classic buttons, and the like for interaction. The more friendly the user interface gets, the better.
However, it does not justify for us, the programmers to write software with details such as the UI. Web interfaces, desktop interfaces, and anything else that requires writing code for input are usually built while we still discover, create or change the use cases for the application. It could lead to bloated/coupled code and provoke less concentration on finding the right abstractions.
Restraining ourselves from this helps to deliver. Let's try to build applications and promote the lack of interest in the details. Let's not fall again in the trap that emerged with the introduction of the web in the 1990s when great progress was growing with design patterns and other good practices.
We will take a look at a small use case and share the benefit seen by having a disinterested mindset towards other layers of the application, including the database layer and the user interface layer.