Call partial by jquery

Hi Guys,
Sb could help me in this problem?
I have an partial that I pass some parameters…
I need to create many partials by click event of a link, How can I do
that?

I tried to do like this way
But it does’nt work…

$("#addContactLink").bind(“click”,
function(){
$("#partialtestdiv").append("<%=render
:partial=>‘shared/user_contacts’,:locals=>{:f=>f},:object=>resource.user_contacts
%>");
}
);

Bruno M.

On Fri, Dec 23, 2011 at 12:01 PM, Bruno M. [email protected]
wrote:

Hi Guys,
Sb could help me in this problem?
I have an partial that I pass some parameters…
I need to create many partials by click event of a link, How can I do that?

I tried to do like this way
But it does’nt work…

Do you get an error, or just no text in partialtestdiv?


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No errors appears just a pure html is inserted in div:
<%=render
:partial=>‘shared/user_contacts’,:locals=>{:f=>f},:object=>resource.user_contacts
%>

the html is similar of the inserted partial in div

Hmmmm…
Ok, I will try do this using an ajax call…
But How can I pass object references using an ajax call? Is it possible
in
rails or I need pass object attributes by JSON?
Thx :smiley:

On Fri, Dec 23, 2011 at 11:12 AM, Bruno M. [email protected]
wrote:

Hmmmm…
Ok, I will try do this using an ajax call…
But How can I pass object references using an ajax call? Is it possible in
rails or I need pass object attributes by JSON?

I believe that’s what the ‘data’ argument of the .load function is
supposed to be used for. Make a simple test using a string and see
what you get in the params hash on the server.

Best regards,
Bill

HI Bruno,

On Fri, Dec 23, 2011 at 11:01 AM, Bruno M. [email protected]
wrote:

$("#partialtestdiv").append("<%=render

:partial=>‘shared/user_contacts’,:locals=>{:f=>f},:object=>resource.user_contacts

%>");
}
);

The onclick is executing in the browser so you’re not going to be able
to use erb in it. You’ll want to make an ajax call (.load is a handy
shortcut for this) to the server where you can render the partial
using erb to get the html you need returned.

HTH,
Bill

Ok!!
I will take a look better in these parameters.
I’m using default chrome developers js debug. Is Firebug better?
thx for the help ;D

On Fri, Dec 23, 2011 at 12:08 PM, Bruno M. [email protected]
wrote:

Ok!!
I will take a look better in these parameters.
I’m using default chrome developers js debug. IsFirebug better?
thx for the help ;D

I do all my dev work in Firefox because of the tools. I hear Chrome
is catching up but don’t have any experience there yet.

Bill

On Fri, Dec 23, 2011 at 11:19 AM, Bill W. [email protected]
wrote:

On Fri, Dec 23, 2011 at 11:12 AM, Bruno M. [email protected] wrote:

Hmmmm…
Ok, I will try do this using an ajax call…
But How can I pass object references using an ajax call? Is it possible in
rails or I need pass object attributes by JSON?

I believe that’s what the ‘data’ argument of the .load function is
supposed to be used for. Make a simple test using a string and see
what you get in the params hash on the server.

If you’re not already using them, I find both the Firebug and Live
HTTP Headers plug-ins indispensable for exploring ajax calls.

Bill

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