Build Drag and Drop with Rails Hotwire

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    Convenient way to generate full-stack Rails (Vite, Tailwind CSS, Rodauth, Rubocop)

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  • ranked-model

    An acts_as_sortable/acts_as_list replacement built for Rails 4, 5 and 6

    It is time to adding the main functionality drag and drop, add ranked-model gem to handle record ordering in the backend

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    Build Drag and Drop with Rails Hotwire

    Full source code can be download on hotwire-sortable repository.

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    A modest JavaScript framework for the HTML you already have

    With Stimulus, you've got a powerful tool to take your app's interactivity up a notch. For even more awesome features and Stimulus wizardry, check out the Stimulus Documentation.

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