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The model used for the filtering concept is using the all_futures gem that I never heard about it. I read the code making use of it and I couldn't find why this library was used: It seemed that everything done with it could be achieved using only ActiveModel.
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Reading the article and the source code, I learned a ton of stuff, as always. In his implementation, Louis is using StimulusReflex (built on top of Stimulus) to achieve this. I was curious about several points:
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The next step was about backporting the templates, adding Pagy gem for handling pagination and creating the controller. I was then able to show the listings with the models, but the filtering was not working.
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You can see that I added a dependency here: stimulus-use.
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