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Mobile and desktop versions of widgets often need to be completely different. Navigation and tabs on mobile don't work well when there are lots of items so we'll show you how to use Turbo and a select tag for mobile navs.
In this episode, we will look at an approach to adding the ability to delete / remove the nested fields from our form.
Turbo Frames provide an iFrame like concept for Hotwire applications. If you're using Turbo streams to replace a portion of the page, you can accomplish the same thing even easier using Turbo Frames
Learn how to build custom Turbo Stream Actions to build things like browser notifications, console logging, or anything you want. Plus, we'll look at how Turbo implements this in their GitHub codebase.
Learn how to auto-submit forms when a user changes a value and use custom Turbo Stream Actions to update the page
Turbo confirm modals typically ask a simple yes or no confirmation. What if you want to force the user to type in confirmation text to ensure they are paying attention? That's exactly what we'll build in this episode!
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.
Overriding the Confirm method in Turbolinks and Hotwire has been pretty tricky until now. Using promises, Turbo can now wait until the user has submitted the confirm modal.
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 use Stimulus Target Callbacks to trigger realtime Chart updates
Turbo now provides equivalents to Rails UJS data confirm, disable with, and method attributes that we can use.
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.
In part 1, we're going to setup our Rails application, our models, and connect Hotwire so we can dig into building ActionMailbox next.
Hotwire & Turbo.js are designed to make realtime updates to your page. So how do you notify the user with flash messages or toasts? That's what we're covering in this episode.
Custom targets allow us to render nested comments, update forms, and append new comments with Turbo stream events using Hotwire
Hotwire lets us broadcast changes so we can use the same approach for nested comments, but in realtime!
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