To use add to your gemfile:
Next generate the bootstrap form layouts:
rails generate simple_form:install --bootstrap
And to config/routes.rb add:
mount HydraEditor::Engine => '/'
(Note: You do not have to mount the engine if you do not intend to use the engine's default routes.)
In your initialization set
# config/initializers/hydra_editor.rb HydraEditor.models = ["RecordedAudio", "PdfModel"]
You can customize the names of your fields/models by adding to your translation file:
# config/locales/en.yml en: hydra_editor: form: model_label: PdfModel: "PDF" RecordedAudio: "audio" simple_form: labels: image: dateCreated: "Date Created" sub_location: "Holding Sub-location"
Create a form object for each of your models.
# app/forms/recorded_audio_form.rb class RecordedAudioForm include HydraEditor::Form self.model_class = RecordedAudio self.terms =  # Terms to be edited self.required_fields =  # Required fields end
//= require hydra-editor/hydra-editor
Add the stylesheets by adding this line to your app/assets/stylesheets/application.css:
*= require hydra-editor/hydra-editor
By default hydra-editor provides a RecordsController with :new, :create, :edit, and :update actions implemented in the included RecordsControllerBehavior module, and a RecordsHelper module with methods implemented in RecordsHelperBehavior. If you are mounting the engine and using its routes, you can override the controller behaviors by creating your own RecordsController:
class RecordsController < ApplicationController include RecordsControllerBehavior # You custom code end
If you are not mounting the engine or using its default routes, you can include RecordsControllerBehavior in your own controller and add the appropriate routes to your app's config/routes.rb.
This software has been developed by and is brought to you by the Hydra community. Learn more at the Project Hydra website