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Don't like Cocoon or it's jQuery dependency? We can use Stimulus JS and build dynamic nested forms in Rails with accepts_nested_attributes_for from scratch pretty easily!
Learn how to use VueJS as an alternative to Cocoon and other methods of building dynamic nested forms with Rails
Modal forms are common, but how do we do them with Hotwire to render validation errors and redirect on success?
Need to dynamically update fields when a user changes a select box? We can do that easily in Rails using Hotwire's Turbo Stream actions.
Learn how to use accepts_nested_attributes_for and fields_for to create forms that include associated models in them
Learn how to create forms with multiple submit buttons
Flash messages are typically a simple string saying something succeeded or failed. What if we wanted to add buttons like you see in most applications? It's easier than you might think!
It's a common situation that we need to submit complex data in our forms in our Rails apps. We'll explore how can we transform the simple values browser forms allow and convert them into something Rails can use and transform into Ruby objects.
Hotwire allows us to add inline editing easily in Rails forms using Turbo Frames. Learn how to implement them in a reusable manner so you can inline edit any fields across any model.
Learn how to setup forms to work with Turbolinks iOS and Android adapters
In this episode, we will look at how to refactor an existing dynamic nested attributes form that uses Stimulus to instead leverage the ability to now make GET requests with Turbo.
Using Signed GlobalIDs, we can create polymorphic select boxes in Rails to easily choose a record of any type. This is also secured by using signed global IDs to prevent tampering by malicious users.
We now want to create new Blog Posts in our Rails app, not directly in the database. To do this, we're going to start by building a new action and form for inputting data for our Rails model.
In this episode, we will look at how we go from encountering an error, finding the root cause, implementing a code change in the Rails source code to provide a better debugging experience in the future, and submitting the change as a pull request to Rails
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