Working with Turbolinks in Rails

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    turbolinks - Turbolinks makes following links in your web application faster (use with Rails Asset Pipeline)

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    #390 Turbolinks - RailsCasts

    Short Ruby on Rails screencasts containing tips, tricks and tutorials. Great for both novice and experienced web developers.

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    Working with JavaScript in Rails - Ruby on Rails Guides

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    Faster page loads with Turbolinks

    Rails released their Turbolinks gem, which is a small JavaScript snippet that loads your pages via AJAX. The net result is an app that feels more responsive. Here's a guide to Turbolinks's caveats that I gathered from experience.

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    Do you like Turbolinks? It's easy and fast way to improve user experience of surfing on your website. But if you have a large codebase with lots of $(el).bind(...) Turbolinks will surprise you. Most part of your JavaScripts will stop working in usual way. It's because the nodes on which you bind events no longer exist. I wrote jquery.turbolinks to solve this problem in my project. It's easy to use: just require it immediately after jquery.js. Your other scripts should be loaded after jquery.turbolinks.js, and turbolinks.js should be after your other scripts.

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