Mastering Rails Web Navigation with link_to and button_to Helpers - Part 2

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  • turbo

    The speed of a single-page web application without having to write any JavaScript (by hotwired)

    If you think you have seen enough Rails magic, you are mistaken my friend. Rails have a new trick up its sleeve: Hotwire. And with the magical Turbo tool that comes with it, you can create modern, interactive web applications with minimal, or sometimes no JavaScript at all, providing users with an incredibly smooth experience.

  • Tailwind CSS

    A utility-first CSS framework for rapid UI development.

    The HTML options include a class attribute, which sets the CSS class for the button to "btn bg-indigo-50 disabled:opacity-50". This will give the button a nice background colour and make it slightly transparent when disabled. I'm using TailwindCSS for styling.

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  • Avo

    Build Ruby on Rails apps 10x faster (by avo-hq)

    <%= link_to(@car) do %> <%= @car.name %> -- Check this car! <% end %> cars/1"> Tesla -- Check this car! <%= link_to "https://avohq.io/" do %> AvoHQ - The Best Rails Guide <% end %> https://avohq.io/"> AvoHQ - The Best Rails Guide

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