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Turbolinks #337

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jho406 opened this issue Feb 4, 2019 · 4 comments
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Turbolinks #337

jho406 opened this issue Feb 4, 2019 · 4 comments
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@jho406 jho406 commented Feb 4, 2019

Hey all,
I'm interested in adding an implementation for PJAX, for example: Turbolinks. However, the conduit specs expect the implementation to be a stereotypical SPA stack consisting of a backend providing an API to a frontend. Also, the requirement for JWT may not apply for PJAX apps, they're usually all just simple sessions.

I think it's valuable to add PJAX apps (intercoolerjs, turbolinks, pjax etc) to the mix. Does anyone have any recommendations or thoughts on this?

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@anishkny anishkny commented Feb 4, 2019

Hi @jho406, we do have a section called Fullstack which may be relevant for this - even though we don't yet have a full implementation - hey you could be the first!.

I don't think we would need to enforce JWT for fullstack implementations.

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@jho406 jho406 commented Feb 4, 2019

Hey, that's great! thanks @anishkny

@anishkny anishkny changed the title PJAX + Turbolinks frameworks? Turbolinks Feb 5, 2019
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@jacobstern jacobstern commented May 10, 2019

FYI I've implemented Turbolinks for GET requests in my server-rendered app here: https://github.com/jacobstern/typescript-handlebars-realworld. However the Turbolinks feature is mostly incidental and you could definitely go further with it in a Turbolinks-focused implementation, e.g. enabling Turbolinks for forms, page transitions, Rails integration. Nice to see I'm not alone in "rediscovering" server-rendered app techniques in 2019 (FWIW I was mostly inspired by work by the Phoenix framework team).

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@geromegrignon geromegrignon commented Apr 15, 2021

Hello we are currently moving all work in progress to Github Discussions.
I'll close this issue by now, you can find instruction to open a discussion there : #633

Thanks for your contribution !

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