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kobaltz PRO said about 3 years ago on users Routing Partials :

In hindsight, you're right. Either way should work with the latter being more clear.


kobaltz PRO said about 3 years ago on users Routing Partials :

The code will start to get messy. You wouldn't be able to simply extract out the routes into another file. You would have to still use the Rails.application.routes.draw, but then would also need to figure out how to not overwrite what you've already required. The method that I've demonstrated in this episode was fairly unobtrusive.


You could however, do something like this

config.paths["config/routes"] += Dir[Rails.root.join('config/routes/*.rb’)]

And it would probably have a similar effect, however, I don't think that it is as 'clean'.


kobaltz PRO said about 3 years ago on users Bootstrap Framework and Ruby on Rails :

I've been thinking about making a helper gem for bootstrap. Waiting for the official release of v4 or at least a beta ( and time to actually do it ).


kobaltz PRO said about 3 years ago on users Bootstrap Framework and Ruby on Rails :

I saw that during my research. However, it didn't seem to support Bootstrap 4 yet. For < 4, it would definitely be a great option!


kobaltz PRO said about 3 years ago on users DataTables :

You should be able to simply add a class attribute to the link_to methods as you normally would to get the styling.