Turbolinks member packagethief commented May 17, 2016 Would it make sense to add something into Turbolinks / turbolinks-rails that if you submitted a non-GET request and it returned an HTML response See this article for a more in-depth explanation. ** Opera is inconsistent in its handling of jQuery ajax error responses, so relying on the values of xhr.status, status, or error in The ajax:beforeSend event is also useful for adding custom request headers. This sounds like an apt description for typically "caught" exceptions. http://bsnux.com/ajax-error/ajax-error-handling-asp-net-mvc.html
I used remote => true option in my form to use Ajax in my Rails 3 application. I updated my question above with my partial. –Dodinas Jan 17 '14 at 17:48 updated my ans. –Santhosh Jan 18 '14 at 6:00 add a comment| up vote 6 So, if I wanted to display a partial view, how would I pass these errors to the partial? The second code fragment should be foo = <%= j foo %>.
September 03, 2008 Railsconf Europe 2008 Updates + Lonestar RubyConf arrow_backBack New Project Request Full name Email Phone number Company Location Website Project type iPhone/iPad appAndroid appWeb DesignDesign / UI / The bottom portion provides a form to create a new user.The bottom form will call the create action on the UsersController. We recommend upgrading to the latest Safari, Google Chrome, or Firefox. Now, the form will be submitted by Ajax rather than by the browser's normal submit mechanism.You probably don't want to just sit there with a filled out