Category Archives: Rails

Turbolinks: Leaving the Abyss

Just trying to do things like <a href=”#” onclick=”alert(1)”>ZZZ</a> Expected behavior here?.. Scroll to top of the page right? Not if turbolinks is doing its thang. From my previous write-ups on Turbolinks (1 2) I was pretty understanding about the … Continue reading

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Into the Abyss with Turbolinks

Previous attempts to adopt turbolinks during upgrades or new projects led me to the conclusion that I have a burning hatred for everything the project stands for (rage hatred is the worst kind..). From conversations with other Rails folks + … Continue reading

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Stop Being Lazy and Learn Haml… or another Templating Engine

The desire to write familiar view code, similar to the same html you were writing to support your shitty LAMP apps is completely understandable but it’s time to move on from the glory days.. There seems to be this idea … Continue reading

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