redirect_to support for AJAX requests in non-Turbolinks applications.
Add this line to your application's Gemfile:
Or install it yourself as:
gem install rails-ajax_redirect
rails-ajax_redirect in your
//= require rails-ajax_redirect
redirect_to to use a custom status code for ajax
requests, while still setting the
The script adds a handler for the
ajax:success event, that navigates to the
location in the header for responses that have the custom status code.
Now you will be able to write controller actions in the usual way
If your application uses Turbolinks check out
turbolinks-redirect, on which this library is based on. The advantage is that
it will perform faster navigation by leveraging Turbolinks to visit the new
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