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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!
hCaptcha is a method to try detecting bots on your website. This episode, we'll walk through how to implement hCaptcha in a way that's compatible with Turbo using Stimulus.js and
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.
A command palette is a common feature for power users. Learn how to add a command palette to your Ruby on Rails app using the Ninja Keys web component.
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 system tests for file uploads with file input fields and drag & drop with Uppy and Dropzone
Learn how to use Stimulus Target Callbacks to trigger realtime Chart updates
Learn how to configure live reloading with Esbuild in Rails using an EventSource and jsbundling-rails
Turbo now provides equivalents to Rails UJS data confirm, disable with, and method attributes that we can use.
In this episode, we'll walk through how I discovered an improvement for Rails' new Request.js library and how we approached and implemented the feature in a pull request.
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.
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