I asked this over at the Spree google group but got no response. I’m
hoping someone here might have experience with this.
I am implementing a drag and drop cart with Rails 3 and jQuery. This
cart works outside of Spree.
The URL I call from the drop action is hardcoded as
I also added an Add To Cart button that uses the new :remote => true
<%= form_tag url_for(:action => ‘add_to_cart’, :id => domid), :id =>
“add-to-cart-form”, :remote => true do %>
<%= submit_tag “Add to Order” %>
<% end %>
This works! the add_to_cart method fires and understands I want a JS
response. However, the problem still occurs when I try to drag and
drop. Of course, I can’t (don’t know how) to use the rails remote
So, rails is recognizing JS when done from a remote form but not by
passing the .js extension. What do I need to do to get it to
recognize this? Or, is there a better way?