Serenade.js for Ruby on Rails
Add it to the assets group in your Gemfile:
group :assets do gem 'serenade_rails' end
You can now require Serenade in your
application.js file, or wherever
//= require serenade
Serenade should now be loaded and ready. See the Serenade README for examples.
You can also easily use views from the asset pipeline. Just use the extension
.serenade on your views, for example, place something like this in
h1 "Hello world"
Now you can render this view:
Couldn't be simpler!
If the path to your view starts with
views, that initial part is stripped
off, so you could have placed the above view in
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