Hartl's tutorials (both editions, books and screencasts) and I can build a
basic CRUD web app without help. However, for a personal project I'm
working on, I'm lost as to how to move forward. Here's the situation ...
I have a model called Project with two fields, name:string and due:date.
Project is associated (has_many) with a model called Task (with rows
description:text, status:text, and project_id:integer) which is associated
back to Project with belongs_to. All this works fine.
What I'd really like to be able to do is click on a particular project on
the Project#index page and be taken to a page that lets me enter as many
tasks as I need ... not just one at a time. I'm wondering how I can do
this? Do I need to use AJAX or one of the popular JS frameworks?
Can anyone point me to an example of how to do this?
Thanks in advance!
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