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-Working With JavaScript in Rails
+Working with JavaScript in Rails
This guide covers the built-in Ajax/JavaScript functionality of Rails (and
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-An introduction to Ajax
+An Introduction to Ajax
In order to understand Ajax, you must first understand what a web browser does
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Since it's just a `<form>`, all of the information on `form_for` also applies.
-Server side concerns
+Server-Side Concerns
Ajax isn't just client-side, you also need to do some work on the server
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Rails 4 ships with the [Turbolinks gem](
This gem uses Ajax to speed up page rendering in most applications.
-### How Turbolinks works
+### How Turbolinks Works
Turbolinks attaches a click handler to all `<a>` on the page. If your browser
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<a href="..." data-no-turbolink>No turbolinks here</a>.
-### Page Change events
+### Page Change Events
When writing CoffeeScript, you'll often want to do some sort of processing upon
page load. With jQuery, you'd write something like this:
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-Other resources
+Other Resources
Here are some helpful links to help you learn even more:

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