def create @user = User.new(params[:user]) respond_to do |format| if @else end end end of the response.
It will then use Push State to change the URL to the correct one, preserving refresh semantics and giving you pretty URLs.
We can easily add behavior to any link by adding the data attribute.
We can run all of our Java Script through a minimizer and concatenator.
This is useful for implementing your own Ajax file upload workaround.
Rails 5.1 introduced rails-ujs and dropped j Query as a dependency.
These introductions cause small changes to Ajax isn't just client-side, you also need to do some work on the server side to support it.The only thing you have to do to enable Turbolinks is have it in your Gemfile, and put However, because Turbolinks overrides the normal page loading process, the event that this relies upon will not be fired.If you have code that looks like this, you must change your code to do this instead: You're encouraged to help improve the quality of this guide.Rails provides quite a bit of built-in support for building web pages with this technique. The rest of this guide will show you how Rails can help you write websites in this way, but it's all built on top of this fairly simple technique.Rails uses a technique called "Unobtrusive Java Script" to handle attaching Java Script to the DOM.
We can serve our entire Java Script bundle on every page, which means that it'll get downloaded on the first page load and then be cached on every page after that. The Rails team strongly encourages you to write your Coffee Script (and Java Script) in this style, and you can expect that many libraries will also follow this pattern.