Sort of like
form_for, but a bit less formal.
Usage (not ready yet...)
First, include SemiFormal:
form_for an instance of an ActiveRecord model:
By default, the model's value columns will have fields generated for them in a form.
If you want a more custom form than that, you can pass a block:
form_for(Article.new) do |builder| label do span "Title:" builder.text_field(:title) end label do span "Body:" builder.text_area(:body) end input :type => "submit", :value => "Save!" end
In the block, you can use all of the helpers you get from Nokogiri's builder, plus you have access to the block arg which will behave like it does in Rails.
- Only generate fields for columns that are
- Allow an
:includeoption for associations or something
(c) Copyright 2008 Pat Nakajima, released under MIT License.