Rendering view components with Turbo Stream broadcasts

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  • view_component

    A framework for building reusable, testable & encapsulated view components in Ruby on Rails.

  • View components, via Github’s view_component gem, are growing in popularity in the Rails community but until recently, view components and Turbo Stream broadcasts didn’t play well together. This made using both view components and Turbo Streams in the same application clunky and a little frustrating.

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  • turbo-rails

    Use Turbo in your Ruby on Rails app

  • View components, via Github’s view_component gem, are growing in popularity in the Rails community but until recently, view components and Turbo Stream broadcasts didn’t play well together. This made using both view components and Turbo Streams in the same application clunky and a little frustrating.

  • If you want to skip right to the end the complete code for this article can be found on Github.

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