I was just thinking that if I could push the scaffolding a bit further,
it would get rid of about half the stuff I do in every project (making
dropdowns for foreign keys, inferring relationships between models,
using better markup).
Has anyone tried Custom_Scaffold? I was thinking I could customize it to
do most of what I need:
Jason R. [email protected] wrote: Well as the point of the
scaffold generator is to get you a starting place when learning Rails,
or doing something simple, I think it serves it’s job quite well.
Scaffolding is never and was never meant to be a production site
That said, I believe the AjaxScaffold has a bit more of the
functionality you’re looking for, otherwise you are free to jump into
the scaffold and make those changes yourself. However, I highly doubt
such stuff will be added to the Rails core as it is superfluous.
On 7/2/07, Will G. [email protected] wrote: I was wondering
which generators (in particular view generators) you guys would
recommend to replace the built-in code from the scaffolding system? I’m
particularly interested in replacing the current views, as I would like
- Foreign keys should get a dropdown list linked to the other table
instead of a textbox.
- I’d like the columns to actually be listed on the page, instead of
iterating through them at run-time, as this makes it easier to customize
Yahoo! oneSearch: Finally, mobile search that gives answers, not web
It’s here! Your new message!
Get new email alerts with the free Yahoo! Toolbar.