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Is possible to check boolean value by JS?

Dmitrii Amelchenko asked in Javascript

In Rails 4 app i need to implement bootstrap modal when user comes for first time and accept the terms.
I'm trying to do something like this:
application.html.haml

...
= content_tag :body, data: { accept_terms: current_user.accept_terms? } do
...

current_user.accept_terms? - just instance method returns true or false
main.js.coffee

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$(document).on 'page:change', ->
return unless $('body').data('accept-terms')
$('.terms-modal').modal 'show'
...
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Yep, something like that could work. That should print out true or false in the data attribute (you can inspect the html to verify) and sure give you back a Javascript boolean you can use when you query for it.

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