Friday, May 11th, 2007

ActiveScaffold

Category: Rails, Showcase

Richard White has created another Rails Ajax Scaffolding solution with the ActiveScaffold plugin:

ActiveScaffold provides you with a wealth of dynamically created goodness:

  • An AJAXified table interface for creating, updating, and deleting objects
  • Automatic handling of ActiveRecord associations
  • Sorting, Search and Pagination
  • Graceful JavaScript degradation
  • RESTful API support (XML/YAML/JSON) baked in
  • Sexy CSS styling and theming support
  • More extension points than you can shake a stick at
  • Guaranteed to work on Firefox 1+, IE 6+ and Safari 2+
  • Released under the MIT License, the same one as Rails itself, so you can use it freely in your commercial applications.

Check out the set of demos to see it at work:

ActiveScaffold

Posted by Dion Almaer at 12:49 am
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This is *very* nice.

Comment by George Bailey — May 11, 2007

it’s not just nice, it’s awesome!

Comment by Alex93053 — May 11, 2007

500 – Internal Server Error
I didn’t realize that ajaxian relayed that traffic.

Comment by Jeffrey Robbins — May 11, 2007

The demo is back up now, after being Ajaxian’ed :)

Comment by Richard White — May 11, 2007

We threatened the server and questioned its lineage. I think we’ve humiliated it into cooperation again.

Comment by Lance Ivy — May 11, 2007

Very slick. Back button behavior in FF2 is to show previous sortings, though… seems counterintuitive.

Comment by Matthew F — May 12, 2007

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