Scaffolding in Rails has always been a little controversial.
Originally, it was responsible for a lot of Rails’s wow factor – DHH’s blog in fifteen minutes was built on scaffolding.
The domain class is nothing special: The important thing here is the use of Command objects.
The really important tip is the use of `with Default` on the list in the Multiple Person Command.
When the binding takes place, we can’t guarantee what order it will be in.
The Contoso University sample web application demonstrates how to create ASP.
NET MVC 5 applications using the Entity Framework 6 Code First and Visual Studio 2013.
This week I had the pleasure of attending both Groovy and Grails courses at Skills Matter in London.
The courses were taught by Dierk König, a committer to both Groovy and Grails, and the author of Groovy in Action.
To facilitate this, the scaffolded code includes controller methods and Create and Edit views that include a drop-down list for selecting the department.
The drop-down list sets the public Action Result Create() [Http Post] [Validate Anti Forgery Token] public Action Result Create([Bind(Include = "Course ID, Title, Credits, Department ID")]Course course) public Action Result Edit(int?
Over time, however, it became less clear whether it was supposed to be used for production code, or if it was intended to educate new Rails developers on best practices.
After a few discussions through various channels, the core team eventually settled on the latter – scaffolding was supposed to be educational, illustrating the best practices around RESTful controllers and other Rails conventions.
When tying the scaffold a controller / views from a model i am getting the following error error , there was an error running the selcted code generator 'Exception has been thrown by the target of an invocation' i am using add scaffold - but this does resolve the issue.