Hello, I'm a newbie here... please... can anyone help me about FULL AJAX ? for example if i'm scaffolding a simple model and controller for product which only have 1 field for NAME:STRING with the command : script/generate scaffold Product name:string and for the generated code I like to turn it into a full ajax app, for example if i'm click the NEW or EDIT link it will remotely call server and change the partial of my new empty div without refreshing the full page, and I think the view is only index.html.erb, so I like to make ajax magic only in one index view. I already search a book about how to make In Place Editing, but the problem all the solution is just for In Place Editing for an old record not In Place Editing for a new record. So please help me someone, cause i'm already stuck for about 2 weeks just how to figure this out in a clean and REST way...thanx
on 2009-02-06 20:17
on 2009-02-09 02:54
Geekyra wrote: > Hello, I'm a newbie here... please... can anyone help me about FULL > AJAX ? for example if i'm scaffolding a simple model and controller > for product which only have 1 field for NAME:STRING with the command : If I'm understanding you correctly then I would recommend you give up on this idea. Rails is a web application development framework, which does allow easily mix in of some AJAX. But, it is not designed to be a Rich Internet Application (RIA) framework. Rails would be an excellent choice, however, to act as the back-end for a full-on AJAX RIA application that has been built using a framework designed for building them. Here are a few frameworks I'm familiar with that provides this style of application: http://www.sproutcore.com/ http://cappuccino.org/ http://www.adobe.com/products/flex/?promoid=BPDEQ If I have misunderstood your question then feel free to disregard this answer.
on 2009-02-09 10:26
AHH Robert u shoot me straight into my heart cos I'm already falling in love with RAILS :), but very - very thanks anyway cos u restrain me from finding and bugging another mailing list just to cover my ajax exhaustion. Ahh start to learning another framework anw and one more time thanks for the RIA sites suggestion On Feb 9, 8:54 am, Robert Walker <rails-mailing-l...@andreas-s.net>
on 2009-02-10 06:10
Geekyra wrote: > AHH Robert u shoot me straight into my heart cos I'm already falling > in love with RAILS :), but very - very thanks anyway cos u restrain me > from finding and bugging another mailing list just to cover my ajax > exhaustion. Ahh start to learning another framework anw and one more > time thanks for the RIA sites suggestion > > On Feb 9, 8:54ï¿½am, Robert Walker <rails-mailing-l...@andreas-s.net> I love Rails as well, and my post was not at all an attack on Rails. It just a matter of "the right tool for the right job." Rails is built to design a certain type of application and is best used for that task. It just sounded to me like you were looking for a full-on RIA application, and there are some really great frameworks out there for building those. Most of them, however, don't really stand on their own. They need a back-end. They need something running on the server-side to take care of managing the application's data. Rails would make an excellent choice to act as that server-side piece. Besides that it's not likely that your entire web site will be built as an RIA. That may be just one small part of the larger site. Rails would also be an excellent choice for handling that which is outside the scope of the RIA.
on 2009-02-10 07:39