jQuery Other translations:
In this episode we recreate the AJAX form submission we did back in episode 43 but with jQuery instead of Prototype and RJS.
Gems are now a more popular way of extending Rails than plugins. In this episode we go through the steps needed to create a basic gem.
Paperclip Other translations:
Paperclip makes it easy to add attachments to a model. Find out how in this episode.
Debugging RJS Other translations:
RJS and AJAX can be difficult to debug, especially when the browser doesn't show an error message. Find out how to trace through your AJAX calls in this episode.
AJAX with RJS Other translations:
Making a Plugin Other translations:
Duplication can often be removed from your Ruby code by making methods dynamically. In this episode we make a plugin to do just that.
Time in Text Field Other translations:
Updating time fields via a series of dropdowns isn't the most elegant way to enter date and time information. Find out how to allow your users to enter dates and time in a text field instead.
Formatting Time Other translations:
Use Ruby's strftime method to format dates and take advantage of Rails DATE_FORMATS hash to store custom date formats.
Pretty Page Title Other translations:
It's easy to avoid giving each page in your Rails applications its own title. Here we'll show you an easy way to do it.
group_by Month Other translations:
The group_by method can be used to group lists of items for display in your Rails apps.