I'm wondering if adopting Hotwire means the end of webpacker in my Rails application, as webpacker is pretty heavy lifting considering the scant js I use. So is it back to the asset pipeline and precompiling and all that? Maybe a tutorial on dismantling webpacker safely and installing hotwire in its place. There doesn't seem to be anyone clearly stating that webpacker is on the chopping block. Will you make that call, Chris?
Yes, I know it's a separate course, which I think is kind of unfair to us long-time subscribers, because there are some problems with the instructions that subscribers have access to. One of them dogged me for a couple of days until the folks at Stripe pointed out that using Bootstrap to decorate the Elements mount would cause it to not be visible on the page. And the other issues as pointed out in this thread. You mention yourself that these things get out of date quickly. Thank you.
Chris, I'm hoping you will consider updating the Stripe series. Thank you.
Webpacker can't find application.js in /home/tom/paul/public/packs/manifest.json. Possible causes:
1. You want to set webpacker.yml value of compile to true for your environment
unless you are using the `webpack -w` or the webpack-dev-server.
2. webpack has not yet re-run to reflect updates.
3. You have misconfigured Webpacker's config/webpacker.yml file.
4. Your webpack configuration is not creating a manifest.
Your manifest contains:
You never seem to get errors. How is that?
Yes, thank you. Now I am working on ajaxifying the comments. Anything I should watch out for?
I should be able to delete this post, but don't see where it's possible.
I've got the polymorphic comments working on the two show pages, but I want to show all my posts (and reports) along with their comments on the two respective index pages. I can't seem to get it.