To my understanding, all of your JavaScript gets merged into 1 file. Rails does this by default when it adds //= require_tree . to the bottom of your application.js manifest file.   This sounds like a real life-saver, but I am a little concerned ab...
I have an AngularJS application created by using yeoman, grunt and bower.  I have a login page that has a controller that checks for authentication. If the credentials are correct I reroute to home page.  app.js  'use strict'; //Define Rout...
Rails 3 has some unobtrusive JavaScript which is pretty cool.  But I was wondering what the best way is to include additional JavaScript for a particular page.  For example, where I might have previously done:  <%= f.radio_button :rating, 'p...
I am trying to create a Facebook iFrame app. The app should first show an image and if the user likes the page, he will get access to some content.  I use RoR, therefore I can't use the Facebook PhP SDK.  Here is my iFrame HTML when the user ha...
I'm looking at this Railscast episode and wondering why the call to escape_javascript is needed here:  $("#reviews").append("<%= escape_javascript(render(:partial => @review)) %>");   What is escape_javascript used for?...
Turbolinks prevents normal $(document).ready() events from firing on all page visits besides the initial load, as discussed here and here. None of the solutions in the linked answers work with Rails 5, though. How can I run code on each page visit...
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...
In angularjs is there any functionality available that allows only numbers to be typed into a text box like...
I've been writing a game for Facebook using Rails and jQuery.  Since I started using the Facebook Javascript SDK, using localhost as an app domain seemed to work just fine.  I was able to test my game both locally and on Heroku.  In the past da...
Is there any way to use a Rails helper method, more specifically, a path helper method within a javascript asset file. This file foo.js.coffee.erb  $('#bar').val("<%= create_post_path %>")   I would love it if I could get from...

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