GitHub User: teknull
I've used this code to try to get my search working using keyup. And I get an error in the console Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token }
I literally cut/paste the code and changed the id name to patient_search.
Am I doing something wrong?
This is a great railscast and I'm hoping to use this with States/Cities.
I'm still a bit new to rails and I don't understand the associations between the states and cities.
Say for instance I select the state of TX. I'd want only Houston, Austin, San Antonio, etc to show up. If I have a State and City model, how would I tie only those cities to the state.
I figured I could do
And then put a state_id in the City model for the relationship.
But that would be a lot of manual work to get that done. Is there any way around this or a seed file that exists?
I'm creating a CRM app where I'd like to have a dashboard that displays a feed of customer notes that were added and when. Looks like this gem will be helpful. I can see it being a lot of hits to the db if activity is heavy but I think it's worth a try.
Thanks for another great Railscast!
Only thing I dislike about Heroku is the lack of Ruby 1.9.3 support
Between this and Private Pub seems like a great solution. I have a use case for this gem however I will be using devise for authentication and need to somehow get the current_user and have them show up in a chat window.
Does anyone know a clean way to get this or something similar working. It's kind of pointless to have a chat system with 20 people logged in whom you can't tell who's who.
Great episode as always. I'm a newb and working on my first app which will require real-time chat for users. I may be asking the wrong question here, but how would you go about private pub allowing a logged in user to display their name in the channel. Things could get messy with more than two users.
Thanks for your hard work!