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Using the Trix Editor plus File Upload Attachments Discussion
Great vid, can this be done with the carrierwave gem?
How hard is it to add trix to a selected input-field in administrate. What should be the best approach?
Really really easy. You need to add the JS and CSS to administrate's versions. Then you can create a custom field. I made one called FormattedText and just added the editor to the form.html.erb view for the field.
<%= f.label field.attribute %>
<%= f.hidden_field field.attribute, id: field.attribute %>
<trix-editor input="<%= field.attribute %>"></trix-editor>
From what I've read trix doesn't allow any html tags in input. This is good for security but we use some custom css classes. How hard is it to add these to trix locally?
Hey Chris! That was a great episode. Special thanks for the part where you explain the details about image uploading. I've been implementing images processing for few Rails apps, nevertheless some aspects in this area felt like a black magic to me. For example, progress tracking for XHR requests was new.
Also now I know that axios has onUploadProgress callback. Neat. When you know what features to expect, it is much easier to find them.
How add post_id with Photo ?
Hi! How to use jquery_ujs instead of rails-ujs to use trix gem?
xhr.setRequestHeader("X-CSRF-Token", Rails.csrfToken()); Rails. not work
Hmm. So in this example the Post object has no association with Photo. Since Trix isn't handling any sort of deletion, we only add photos and never remove them. We also can't remove a Photo (or the attached image) when a Post is deleted since there's no relationship between them. And because Trix is handling the HTML for the image, I don't have an opportunity to add markup to the image to use, say, Imgix.js to handle responsive adaptations.
If I add a post-processor on the HTML (e.g., parse w/ Nokogiri and manipulate the images as needed), Trix is going to be disagreeable on edit. I could handle that on show and use fragment caching, I suppose. If I use JS to modify what I'm handing Trix, my final output is tied to the JS on a totally different view in an unrelated area of my website, and it's difficult to update down the road. Neither of these options fixes the lack of relationships, either, unfortunately.
How are others handling this in, say, a CMS for a media organization?
Thanks for this great job, i decide to replace Refile with Shrine, but got a problem. In my js xhr.setRequestHeader("X-CSRF-Token", Rails.csrfToken()); generate an error in JS Console, Rails is not define. I tried to update my rails version (previously on 5.0.5) to 5.1.4 but problem is still there :( Any idea ? Thanks
I solve this doing :
var token = $('meta[name="csrf-token"]').attr('content');
But I don't understand why xhr.setRequestHeader("X-CSRF-Token", Rails.csrfToken()); is not working.
Other question, How do you do to have the full url image in src ? I only have /uploads/blablabla, and I have to send html with my api to a mobile app so, I need the full url.
Thanks for your help
In development on cloud9 my trix editor work well, but in production on Heroku, i cannot write on the text area. Anyone know how i can fix this issue?
I tried to combine this with the direct S3 uploads and keep the URL's private. It's working well for me so far so here are the changes i made in a gist https://gist.github.com/The...
I really need help with trix, i dont know what iam doing wrong, but Trix isnt working for me in Rails 5.2.
I did everything like in the setup explained but i had my postmodel before.
so as you can see i have a field called t.text "content" - and everywhere trix is referring to a body. Is that the issue? How can i change the migration so that my content is a body? And! If that even needed? I mean if i switch in my code body for content it is supposed to work aswell right?
My Schema looks like this:
create_table "posts", force: :cascade do |t|
t.datetime "created_at", null: false
t.datetime "updated_at", null: false
t.index ["slug"], name: "index_posts_on_slug", unique: true
I wish I could help but I don't know the answer. Why don't you try the GoRails Slack?
How can this been done for live direct upload? I watched the aws direct videos but my JS skills arent strong enough to get it to work https://github.com/cgibsonmm/Sprout-Free
Thanks for the quick reply.
I'm pretty certain it is importing, I see the link in the head.
Still haven't been able to get this working and wanted to provide a bit more detail.
In my application.js I do have //= require trix and I can see the file in the head of the page; however, it does not look like the same file that appears on trix-editor.org. It seems mostly the same, but if I do a search in the files for the keyword "config" I get 47 matches in the file on my app and 56 in the file on trix-editor.org.
Could this be a versioning issue?
ADDING A CUSTOM BUTTON TO THE TRIX EDITOR FOR PHOTO UPLOADS?
We have the photo uploads working now (THANK YOU CHRIS FOR A GREAT TUTORIAL!), but unfortunately, there is no 'drag and drop' option on mobile, so it means only those users on desktop can add a photo to their posts. I've been searching on google for a tutorial on how to add a custom button to the Trix editor.
Any thoughts? Has anyone done it before?
Has anyone tried saving a reference to to the
Photo record within the
post.body, rather than the URL itself?
I think that's how Action Text does it when using Active Storage. They include the Global ID (
gid://app/Photo/123 ) instead of the URL of the image itself. Then, when the
post.body gets rendered you're free to display it anyway you want.
How do I integrate Trix with ActiveStorage and AWS S3? Thank you!
In case somebody needs it. Here are the steps to make it work.
- Set up your S3 bucket. Use this CORS on the bucket: https://github.com/basecamp/trix/issues/128#issuecomment-523545259
- Allow List Objects, and Write Objects for the public. Not exactly safe, but it allows you to upload without presigning.
- Optionally add Cloudfront and allow POST.
- Take note of your Cloudfront URL.
- Add this to your https://trix-editor.org/js/attachments.js application.js
- Change the HOST to your cloudfront URL.
Chris' code did not work for me.
This is what worked for me, given I am using webpacker:
Enjoy! And I hope that helps.