Frank Betorina


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Alternatively to the webpacker way of require the flatpicker css in the packs/application.js you can do someting like:

 *= require flatpicker/dist/flatpicker

In your rails app/assets/stylesheets/application.css (or other) manifest file.

Posted in How to Upgrade to Turbolinks 5 Discussion

Hi Chris, great episode! You can also skip the extra gem(s) and compatibility files by simply changing code. Doing something like:

Old Turbolinks Classic:
$(document).on "ready page:load", ->
# CoffeeScript code

Turbolinks 5:
$(document).on "turbolinks:load", ->
# CoffeeScript code

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