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Polling for Changes (revised)
Episode #229Jan 14, 201320 comments

Polling for Changes (revised)

Polling may not be as common today as pushing changes over an open socket, however it is still an effective, simple solution if you do not need instantaneous updates. (10 minutes)
Site-Wide Announcements (revised)
Episode #103Nov 12, 201232 comments

Site-Wide Announcements (revised)

Here I show how to add an announcement message at the top of every page in the application and allow the user to permanently hide it. This is all done test-first and even includes testing the JavaScript behavior. (11 minutes)
jQuery & Ajax (revised)
Episode #136Sep 28, 201282 comments

jQuery & Ajax (revised)

Here I go back to the basics and show how to turn a traditional Rails app into one that interacts through Ajax by adding "remote" options, JavaScript templates and a dabble of jQuery. (14 minutes)
Token Fields (revised)
Episode #258May 05, 2012107 comments

Token Fields (revised)

The Chosen plugin makes it easy to turn a many-to-many select menu into a searchable token field. Then see how the jQuery Tokeninput field can help with AJAX loading and creating new records. (10 minutes)
Dynamic Page Caching (revised)
Episode #169Feb 11, 201219 comments

Dynamic Page Caching (revised)

Page caching is great for speeding up the performance of a page, but what if it contains user-specific content? Learn how to load content in dynamically through JavaScript in this episode. (7 minutes)
Endless Page (revised)
Episode #114Dec 16, 201164 comments

Endless Page (revised)

Transform traditional pagination into infinite scrolling which will automatically fetch more records when the user scrolls down to the bottom of the page. (7 minutes)
Auto-Complete Association (revised)
Episode #102Nov 10, 201146 comments

Auto-Complete Association (revised)

A select menu is often used for setting a belongs_to association, but you should also consider using a text field with autocomple. Here I use jQuery UI and show two different solutions: client side and server side. (9 minutes)
Sortable Lists (revised)
Episode #147Oct 13, 201199 comments

Sortable Lists (revised)

Here I show how to use jQuery UI to make a sortable list and a "sort" action to handle the updating. Top it off with acts_as_list to make it feature complete. (6 minutes)