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In this episode, we look at some common functionality that we got with Rails UJS and what it looks like to reimplement these with Hotwire's Turbo and StimulusJS.
In this episode, we look at modifying our Rails application and building a hybrid native application for iOS using Hotwire.
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.
In this episode, we look at the installation scripts of Hotwire and get a better understanding of what they're doing in order to integrate it into our applications more efficiently.
In this episode, we look into adding ViewComponent and Hotwire into our Rails application. With this powerful combination, we can create highly interactive applications with ease.
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.
We look at 4 different ways to add Bootstrap v5 to our Rails application. Depending on your application's direction, you may choose the appropriate route; Webpacker, the Bootstrap gem, CDN or Hotwire + yarn.
Acts as List provides the capabilities for sorting and reordering a number of objects in a list. In combination with SortableJS and Hotwire (Stimulus), we can create a positionable list with ease.
In this episode, we create a chat application using Rails 7, esbuild (JS Bundling), CSS Bundling, Hotwire, and Action Text. We also dive into some issues around CSS Bundling and Action Text.
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.