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With Hotwire, we can create form where each input field is saved once a user has changed its value. We look at some of the common issues that you could run into when using Hotwire and some ways to mitigate those problems.
Optimistic Locking is a feature to prevent collision when two users are editing the same record. In this episode, we look at adding this feature into a Rails 7 application that is using Turbo.
Using StimulusJS and Turbo, we are able to dynamically update select input with content based on another select input. This allows for a seamless user experience while having a configurable and maintainable backend.
In this episode, we look at several issues around pagination and different kinds of querying that could affect performance when working with large datasets.
Using Stimulus and Slim Select, we can get performant results quickly and efficiently.
Continuing from the previous episode, we look at fixing nested forms when used inside of nested forms as well as gathering responses from the questionnaires.
Using StimulusJS and nested forms, we create the first parts of a questionnaire. Dynamic surveys can be difficult to architect and maintain. In this episode, we take a simple approach to creating questionnaires.
Learn how to make form wizards without any external dependencies. This will allow you to have a simple extendable workflow and optionally to take advantage of Hotwire to create a seamless experience.
Caching is a great way to speed up your applications. However, when a cache becomes stale, there could be a user experience degradation until the cache is rebuilt. In this episode, we look at implementing a background job to rebuild the cache.