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Michiel Sikkes

Programmer at Firmhouse
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Firmhouse
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@mbillard jQuery PJAX (and all newer Rails gems and implementations) degrade correctly. If it doesn't get a response within x ms or if it doesn't get a compatible response at all, it will just point the browser to the original URL just like clicking a normal link.

I think the benefit is mostly not having to reload the entire page and re-interprate all the JS en CSS (and not hitting your server for it). But, I've just PJAX for just loading certain parts of my page as well. For instance, reloading a "content" div and not the navigation and footer.

Posted to Follow redirects with jQuery PJAX over 1 year ago

@hash4di Ah! It should be "response" yes. I am going to fix that in the protip.

@dimasmagadan

the removequeryarg() function only works on query parameters (so, everything behind the ?). For example, you can use removequeryarg("action", "site.com/?action=some") to get "site.com".

If you want to change or remove the "page/3" part you should really just grab the link to the correct url or permalink. Does that make sense?

@offtherails Yeah! It's a nice way to learn a bit about Vagrant too! Let me know if you run into problems. Might be possible that the first-run experience is not 100% yet and the documentation needs to be updated.

Please let me know and I'll help you.

Posted to Code For All PHP Developers over 1 year ago

@narven Nope. Iteration into infinity.

@tnypxl Turbolinks is awesome! Especially when you're not using a JS framework.

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