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Comments by Erik


I'm with @miguelsan and @Tilo. My spontaneous thought too was that this should be in Rails core.


I'm also interested in knowing the answer to @Gnago's question. Anyone?


Nice one! I'd also be interested in learning a technique to handle updates done offline. I e offline/online syncing.

Also, I was thinking about a way to force the manifest to reload. How about adding a field to the user model (assuming we're working on a multi user app) called manifest_version. Then for each create/update or destroy this version is increased. Further a new view is created that simply renders this version. The path to this view is then added to the application.manifest. Upon reloading the manifest the browser should then notice a change in the manifest and the new manifest would be loaded. Am I making any sense here? :)