Questions tagged [erb]

eRuby (Embedded Ruby) is a templating system that embeds Ruby into a text document. It is often used to embed Ruby code in an HTML document, similar to ASP, JSP and PHP.

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Converting from a madlib program using hashmaps to using 3 different arrays to hold the noun, verb, and adjectives

Using erb and Sinatra, I need to make an array of each variable that can be added in, [noun], [verb] and [adjective], allowing me to return the number of each there are and create the appropriate ...
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Avoid printing attributes of the nil object in Rails

Currently, when I'm wanting to print a value for my class I do the following... <%= @person.team.name if @person.team.present? %> This seems really ...
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Sign up/in partials

I currently have two partials that I use for signing up and signing in. The code is essentially the same in both except for different images to represent sign up/in via Facebook/Twitter. _sign_in_via....
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Using Middleman efficiently

My site is generated by Middleman. I know I could be using HAML, and Sass, and other optimizations are possible, but what I'm curious about at this stage is DRYing up code in my custom helpers, and ...
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Hide content unless an array contains at least one non-empty string

I have an array of hints. Sometimes, this array could contain an empty string. Occasionally, the array might contain only empty strings, in which case I want the whole block to be skipped. This is ...
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Controller and view to call multiple instance variables

I have a Rails 3.2.14 app where I have a home controller (dashboard). In this controller and view I'm calling multiple instance variables to get different counts based off of scopes I've created in ...
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Moving instance variable from partial to helper

I want to display a town name in my navigation, depending on the town I am requesting from the model. The following code works, but I am mixing logic in my view which I know is wrong and I haven't ...
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Best way to include image_tag inside link_to

What is the most elegant and readable way to in include (potentially long) image_tag calls inside of link_to? Example ...
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Showing items as in a Carousel

Is there a better way to implement my carousel in less lines? ...
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Custom FormBuilder

I'm starting Rails and Ruby for a short time. But I try to make it the cleanest way I can. So, in an attempt to clean my view, I try to custom my FormBuilder: <...