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“Which can then be used within form_for to setup the person to the correct form state:”
“Exhaustive Example w / Object Based Searching (great for form_for or fields_for) # Start a new search”
“Provided the parent model accepts nested attributes for the child objects, you can create nested forms using form_for and field_for.”
“The form for creating a new post-that is, the HTML used to update the "new_comment_form_for_post_1" div-is straightforward, except for one detail: Listing 16.12 app/views/comments/new. rhtml This is exactly the same kind of form we would define to create a new comment without Ajax, with one crucial difference: Just as we used link_to_remote in place of link_to, we've used remote_form_for in place of the traditional form_for.”
“FAQ saved." redirect_to hub_url end end end As before, we use form_for to build up the FAQ form: Listing 9.41 app/views/faq/edit. rhtml”
“When we call in the context of form_for: user, Rails produces and similarly for the password field.”
“Since the registration form is generated by the form_for function using the: user symbol, we pass post a hash argument with key: user.”
“This is the first time we've constructed a form without using the form_for function, which is optimized for interacting with models.”
“For example, to test the screen name text box, we can specify either the name or the id attribute, but we don't need both-either one specifies the tag uniquely, and we don't have to test both since their form is determined by the form_for function.”
“Since the email partial references the form variable generated by the form_for function in each corresponding rhtml file, we need to send it a local variable called form, which we do using the locals option.”
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