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jakeyeaton16 said over 1 year ago on More on Stripe and Webhooks :

Like this?

mount StripeEvent::Engine, at: '/stripe/event'
  # post '/stripe/event', to: 'webhooks#event'
  devise_for :users
  resources :subscriptions, only: [:new, :create] do
    scope module: 'subscriptions' do
      collection do
        resource :unsubscribe, only: :destroy
        resource :resubscribe, only: :new
      end
    end
  end

jakeyeaton16 said over 1 year ago on More on Stripe and Webhooks :

Alright, update.

It's working now.

I think what was the matter was that it didn't have to load the stripe results for the first time or something!

Sorta odd I know. But at least people in the future will know that a way to troubleshoot this issue is to wait it out and come back later.

Also try to delete all charges then create a new charge.

jakeyeaton16 said over 1 year ago on Client Side Validations :

I have been trying to get this to work for little bit now and I'm wondering if it's because i'm using form_with. Do you know how to work around this?

This is what I have:

<%= form_with(model: listing, local: true, html: { id: 'new-listing-form' }, validate: true) do |form| %>

jakeyeaton16 said over 1 year ago on Client Side Validations :

Hmm... shoot.

So if a person wants to use form_with they will need to use good old fashion jQuery validation?

jakeyeaton16 said over 1 year ago on Client Side Validations :

Yeah it does haha

By the way. Do you have a video about how to create the commenting style like you have? It's much like Reddit :)