I remember seeing such a technique in a blog/article/book but am unable to find it. It essentially used a hidden div which contained the form which was visible only during editing. any pointers ?
on 2007-06-02 01:57
on 2007-06-02 05:26
email@example.com wrote: > I remember seeing such a technique in a blog/article/book but am > unable to find it. > > It essentially used a hidden div which contained the form which was > visible only during editing. > > any pointers ? Are you looking for something like this?: http://24ways.org/2005/edit-in-place-with-ajax I found script.aculo.us has this built in (which is in Ruby on Rails): http://wiki.script.aculo.us/scriptaculous/show/Aja... I also found this for prototype (also built in to Ruby on Rails): http://joseph.randomnetworks.com/archives/2006/04/... Hopefully, one of these will help. Mike
on 2007-06-02 17:09
Thanks Mike ... all of those resources talk about in-place editing for just one field at a time. What I am looking for is a dynamic form that follows the same principle but for a group of fields at a time. So instead of having to save each individual field, the user can edit multiple fields and hit save just once.
on 2007-06-02 21:24
firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: > Thanks Mike ... all of those resources talk about in-place editing for > just one field at a time. > > What I am looking for is a dynamic form that follows the same > principle but for a group of fields at a time. So instead of having to > save each individual field, the user can edit multiple fields and hit > save just once. Unfortunately, I don't see anything that has that. I did find someone who asked about the same functionality in November 2006, but the reply was that the edit in place script would have to be re-worked. Sorry I couldn't help. Mike
on 2007-06-03 01:57
I did see this mentined in some article and its frustrating not to find any pointers. thanks for trying to help =)
on 2007-06-03 16:03
what about form_remote_for or form_remote_tag? http://api.rubyonrails.com/classes/ActionView/Help... http://api.rubyonrails.com/classes/ActionView/Help...
on 2007-06-03 16:42
What I do in this case is create the form_remote_for inside a hidden div (style="display:none") then toggle that hidden div with something like: link_to_function('edit', visual_effect(:toggle_appear, 'the_hidden_form_div')) If you want to be able to click on multiple fields and edit them all, you could do something like this: <div id="fields" onclick="$('fields').hide();$('edit').show()"> Field 1: <%= @model.name %><br /> Field 2: <%= @model.description %> </div> <div id="edit" style="display:none"> <% form_remote_for :model..... do |f| %> <%= f.text_field, :name %><br /> <%= f.text_area, :description %><br /> <%= submit_tag 'Save' %> <%= link_to_function 'Cancel', "$('edit').hide();$ ('fields').show()" $> <% end %> </div> I usually put something like the above into a partial, then use RJS to reload that partial after the remote save. Hope this helps. -=nathan
on 2007-06-06 08:57
Thanks Nathan! That was in line with what I was looking for :=)
on 2014-02-10 14:37
Hi, Can you explaine me all process that means which files is include and how to apply it because of i want it in cake php and prototype
on 2014-02-10 14:46
On 10 February 2014 13:37, Pramod Zade <email@example.com> wrote: > Hi, > > Can you explaine me all process that means which files is include and > how to apply it because of i want it in cake php and prototype Firstly are you familiar with Rails? If not then first work right through a good tutorial such as railstutorial.org (which is free to use online). That should show you the basics of rails. Colin