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Inline Editing with Turbo Frames in Rails Discussion

How would you abstract the polymorphic path if you wanted to use the inline edit/fields partials both in forms that are namespaced like in an admin route (e.g. a form at admin/settings/show) but also a form that is not namespaced (e.g. a form at articles/show). Not sure how to abstract these polymorphic routes so that they work in both cases.

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Hey Lee, did you ever figure this out? I am currently struggling with the exact same issue.

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If instead of passing in the model as a lone variable, you could pass in an array like [:admin, @article], and within the partial where you render the link, you could simply pass all of that in like so link_to model, ....

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Such a great tutorial. Small enhancement for the form validation errors.

In the _inline_fields.html.erb I added my render for the validation_errors (similar to other tutorials) so that the flash message is shown on an invalid save.

<% frame_id = dom_id(f.object, "#{ attribute }_turbo_frame") %>
  <%= turbo_frame_tag frame_id, class: "contents" do %>
    <%= render "validation_errors", model: f.object %>
    <div class="flex flex-row items-center mt-4">
      <%= yield %>
      <%= f.button class: "ml-2 btn-primary inline-action" do %>
        Save <%= f.object.class.human_attribute_name(attribute) %>
      <% end %>
      <%= link_to "Cancel", polymorphic_path(f.object), class: "cancel inline-action" %>
    </div>
  <% end %>
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Chris why does the source code for the episode not match the video at all?

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