mmm, wonder if i can create a worker to do it for me basically save from :product_body to :body. I have like 32,000 records to update.
Great video though, i had it up an running in seconds! Then I sat there and went... "Oh, bugger!" hahaha
I followed the great video Chris did on action text, however, I have an existing data structure and want to move it over to use actiontext for editing the body content.
How can i display the old content in the trix editor, if its not been moved over? Is there an easy way?
So how would you set the
account_id in the URL when a user logs in? surely its not as simple as just setting
Current.account = user.account_id ?
Currently the setup is showing how to use the bash setup, its mainly the oh-my-zsh stuff i'd like to see as im new to that.
I have set it up as much as i can so far haha :)
I have noticed that macOS Catalina moves to ZSH as the default shell, would be cool so get an update on the install rail guide to show this off :)
A user is a user, they then need an account (for a business) which other users can be assigned to. This is where a user can be a member of an account. I understand the confusion.
later i can add in subscriptions to the mix to expand the app more.
yeah a user can be the owner and be assigned to the account.
the updated code seems to work, but im all for finding out better ways to get things done.
Just a quick update, after a little light reading this evening i think this maybe correct. It seems to work ok. If anyone notices something thats wrong please let me know :) thanks.
class User < ApplicationRecord belongs_to :account end
class Account < ApplicationRecord has_one :owner, class_name: :User, foreign_key: :owner_id has_many :users end
I have a users model, and an accounts model. Basically I would like to have...
- An account has one owner
- An account can have many users
- Users can only be a member of one account.
Does the following look right?
class User < ApplicationRecord has_many :accounts, foreign_key: :owner_id end
class Account < ApplicationRecord belongs_to :owner, class_name: :User, foreign_key: :owner_id has_many :users end
Seems like a no brainer then haha. No harm in starting a new project and just updating once it goes to stable, I will let you know how I get on.
So i thought i would pose the question and get other users views on Rails 6. So we are still on RC1, its been like this for a while now. I am curious to know others views, and experiences to help me work out if I should start building a new project in Rails 6 (some of the new features would be helpful).
I saw DHH said that its fine to use in production, and that Basecamp and other are using it without issue in its RC state.
Any way let me know
fingers crossed they dont mess too much, could be a decent browser. I wish Google would reduce the resources used though, still a beast of a browser.
yeah its really cool, i will look to use it on some other bits too i think. It will be a nice solution.
IE haha, I am counting the days til its axed :D I wonder how MS will mess up Chrome though haha
Yeah, I hated having it all in the form so start to mess around. I found the
button_tag element could be attached to a form essentially so i can put the button anywhere on the page. It was just this edit issue i had which stumpped me haha.
So happy to get it all working now :D can finish this app off and move on to the next version :D
yeah I set the form using
form: 'edit_product_' + params[:id] cheers as always mate :D
Yeah its outside the form tag.
You made me look at it again, and the form is using the ID of the item!
So doing the following fixes the issue!
<%= button_tag("Create", type: "submit", form: 'edit_product_3') %>
If you put the images in your
app/assets/images directory, then you should be able to call the image directly with no prefix in the path. ie.
I am using the following to submit my form when creating a product.
<%= button_tag("Create", type: "submit", form: 'new_product') %>
However, the issue I am facing is that when I try to do the same for editing a product, the form does not submit at all.
<%= button_tag("Create", type: "submit", form: 'edit_product') %>
My question is, what am I missing from this not to submit the edit form? I mean when I press the button, nothing happens at all. haha
I know there's bound to be simple answer thanks in advance
Posted in Improve on these ActiveRecord requests?
I will give this a try, but i get the idea of having last 30 days as the default. It makes sense.
I could use JSONB to store the visits i suppose, and just update them every few hours.
Cheers Chris, given me something to think about this evening.
Posted in Improve on these ActiveRecord requests?
Do you mean have a column in the Products table which houses the count figure, and have a job to do the calculation each night, and update that figure?
That would be fine, but I may need to get the impressions for the last 7 days, 30 days, 6 months or even a year. So storing it may not be the mode reusable solution.
I have 2 tables,
Impressions which are related, and impressions belong to products.
maybe i need to get all products, and include the impressions count? that way it should be more efficient.