As per 'unobtrusive JavaScript' recommendations I want to separate my JavaScript logic into separate files. However I don't know how to organize them.   Should I:   Just throw all application javascript into Application.js file and load...
Recently I came across a bug/feature in several languages. I have a very basic knowledge about how it's caused (and I'd like some detailed explanation), but when I think of all the bugs I must have made over the years, the question is how c...
I'm trying to make a JS snippet work in a concrete page with Rails 4 and Turbolinks. I've tried with the standard solution:  <script type="text/javascript">      var ready = function() {         // Bla bla     };      $(document...
I'm able to decrypt AES encrypted message with Ruby like this:  require 'openssl' require 'base64'  data = "IYkyGxYaNgHpnZWgwILMalVFmLWFgTCHCZL9263NOcfSo5lBjAzOZAtF5bF++R0Bi+9c9E+p3VEr/xvj4oABtRWVJ2wlWzLbYC2rKFk5iapFhb7uZCUpO4...
Is there a known solution to perform Eval (Javascript execution) in Webdriver, Ruby bindings?   The equivalent of the following example in Java.   WebElement element = driver.findElement(By.id( "foo" ));  String name = (String) ((JavascriptEx...
I am having trouble deploying a rails 3.1 beta project to heroku. The problem happened at the database migration step. When I ran:  heroku rake db:migrate   I got error message:  > rake aborted!   > Could not find a JavaScript runtime. See >...
Apart from Javascript's ^ and $ being equivalent to Ruby's \A and \z, what other subtle differences are there between the two regular expression engines?  I'm looking for subtle differences where the same regex might behave differently, f...
In my application.js file, I have:  //= require jquery //= require jquery_ujs //= require underscore //= require backbone //= require_tree . // //= require .//community_app // //= require_tree ../templates/ //= require_tree .//models //= require_tree...
So I've got controller PagesController with actions index and full_search. Action index is for home page. On home page I've got the button 'search' and text_field. If user types sometiong in text_field and clicks on button 'search...
I'm use the remote: true idiom from the Working with Javascript in Rails guide:  # new.html.slim = form_for @thing, remote: true do |f|   f.text_field :whatever   f.submit 'Submit'      # thing_controller.rb layout 'foo'  def crea...

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