Mongoid Slug generates a URL slug or permalink based on one or more fields in a Mongoid model. It sits idly on top of [stringex] 1, supporting non-Latin characters.
Add to your Gemfile:
Set up a slug:
class Book include Mongoid::Document include Mongoid::Slug field :title slug :title end
Find a record by its slug:
# GET /books/a-thousand-plateaus book = Book.find_by_slug params[:book_id]
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To scope a slug by a reference association, pass
class Company include Mongoid::Document references_many :employees end class Employee include Mongoid::Document include Mongoid::Slug field :name referenced_in :company slug :name, :scope => :company end
In this example, if you create an employee without associating it with any company, the scope will fall back to the root employees collection.
Currently, if you have an irregular association name, you must specify the
:inverse_of option on the other side of the assocation.
Embedded objects are automatically scoped by their parent.
The value of
:scope can alternatively be a field within the model itself:
class Employee include Mongoid::Document include Mongoid::Slug field :name field :company_id slug :name, :scope => :company_id end
To specify that the history of a document should be kept track of, pass
:history with a value of
class Page include Mongoid::Document include Mongoid::Slug field :title slug :title, history: true end
The document will then be returned for any of the saved slugs:
page = Page.new title: "Home" page.save page.update_attributes title: "Welcome" Page.find_by_slug("welcome") == Page.find_by_slug("home") #=> true
Pass words you do not want to be slugged using the
class Friend include Mongoid::Document field :name slug :name, reserve: ['admin', 'root'] end friend = Friend.create name: 'admin' Friend.find_by_slug('admin') # => nil friend.slug # => 'admin-1'