rails generate simple_form:install

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JuliusR 8 months ago
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  1. 176
      config/initializers/simple_form.rb
  2. 31
      config/locales/simple_form.en.yml
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      lib/templates/haml/scaffold/_form.html.haml

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# frozen_string_literal: true
#
# Uncomment this and change the path if necessary to include your own
# components.
# See https://github.com/heartcombo/simple_form#custom-components to know
# more about custom components.
# Dir[Rails.root.join('lib/components/**/*.rb')].each { |f| require f }
#
# Use this setup block to configure all options available in SimpleForm.
SimpleForm.setup do |config|
# Wrappers are used by the form builder to generate a
# complete input. You can remove any component from the
# wrapper, change the order or even add your own to the
# stack. The options given below are used to wrap the
# whole input.
config.wrappers :default, class: :input,
hint_class: :field_with_hint, error_class: :field_with_errors, valid_class: :field_without_errors do |b|
## Extensions enabled by default
# Any of these extensions can be disabled for a
# given input by passing: `f.input EXTENSION_NAME => false`.
# You can make any of these extensions optional by
# renaming `b.use` to `b.optional`.
# Determines whether to use HTML5 (:email, :url, ...)
# and required attributes
b.use :html5
# Calculates placeholders automatically from I18n
# You can also pass a string as f.input placeholder: "Placeholder"
b.use :placeholder
## Optional extensions
# They are disabled unless you pass `f.input EXTENSION_NAME => true`
# to the input. If so, they will retrieve the values from the model
# if any exists. If you want to enable any of those
# extensions by default, you can change `b.optional` to `b.use`.
# Calculates maxlength from length validations for string inputs
# and/or database column lengths
b.optional :maxlength
# Calculate minlength from length validations for string inputs
b.optional :minlength
# Calculates pattern from format validations for string inputs
b.optional :pattern
# Calculates min and max from length validations for numeric inputs
b.optional :min_max
# Calculates readonly automatically from readonly attributes
b.optional :readonly
## Inputs
# b.use :input, class: 'input', error_class: 'is-invalid', valid_class: 'is-valid'
b.use :label_input
b.use :hint, wrap_with: { tag: :span, class: :hint }
b.use :error, wrap_with: { tag: :span, class: :error }
## full_messages_for
# If you want to display the full error message for the attribute, you can
# use the component :full_error, like:
#
# b.use :full_error, wrap_with: { tag: :span, class: :error }
end
# The default wrapper to be used by the FormBuilder.
config.default_wrapper = :default
# Define the way to render check boxes / radio buttons with labels.
# Defaults to :nested for bootstrap config.
# inline: input + label
# nested: label > input
config.boolean_style = :nested
# Default class for buttons
config.button_class = 'btn'
# Method used to tidy up errors. Specify any Rails Array method.
# :first lists the first message for each field.
# Use :to_sentence to list all errors for each field.
# config.error_method = :first
# Default tag used for error notification helper.
config.error_notification_tag = :div
# CSS class to add for error notification helper.
config.error_notification_class = 'error_notification'
# Series of attempts to detect a default label method for collection.
# config.collection_label_methods = [ :to_label, :name, :title, :to_s ]
# Series of attempts to detect a default value method for collection.
# config.collection_value_methods = [ :id, :to_s ]
# You can wrap a collection of radio/check boxes in a pre-defined tag, defaulting to none.
# config.collection_wrapper_tag = nil
# You can define the class to use on all collection wrappers. Defaulting to none.
# config.collection_wrapper_class = nil
# You can wrap each item in a collection of radio/check boxes with a tag,
# defaulting to :span.
# config.item_wrapper_tag = :span
# You can define a class to use in all item wrappers. Defaulting to none.
# config.item_wrapper_class = nil
# How the label text should be generated altogether with the required text.
# config.label_text = lambda { |label, required, explicit_label| "#{required} #{label}" }
# You can define the class to use on all labels. Default is nil.
# config.label_class = nil
# You can define the default class to be used on forms. Can be overriden
# with `html: { :class }`. Defaulting to none.
# config.default_form_class = nil
# You can define which elements should obtain additional classes
# config.generate_additional_classes_for = [:wrapper, :label, :input]
# Whether attributes are required by default (or not). Default is true.
# config.required_by_default = true
# Tell browsers whether to use the native HTML5 validations (novalidate form option).
# These validations are enabled in SimpleForm's internal config but disabled by default
# in this configuration, which is recommended due to some quirks from different browsers.
# To stop SimpleForm from generating the novalidate option, enabling the HTML5 validations,
# change this configuration to true.
config.browser_validations = false
# Custom mappings for input types. This should be a hash containing a regexp
# to match as key, and the input type that will be used when the field name
# matches the regexp as value.
# config.input_mappings = { /count/ => :integer }
# Custom wrappers for input types. This should be a hash containing an input
# type as key and the wrapper that will be used for all inputs with specified type.
# config.wrapper_mappings = { string: :prepend }
# Namespaces where SimpleForm should look for custom input classes that
# override default inputs.
# config.custom_inputs_namespaces << "CustomInputs"
# Default priority for time_zone inputs.
# config.time_zone_priority = nil
# Default priority for country inputs.
# config.country_priority = nil
# When false, do not use translations for labels.
# config.translate_labels = true
# Automatically discover new inputs in Rails' autoload path.
# config.inputs_discovery = true
# Cache SimpleForm inputs discovery
# config.cache_discovery = !Rails.env.development?
# Default class for inputs
# config.input_class = nil
# Define the default class of the input wrapper of the boolean input.
config.boolean_label_class = 'checkbox'
# Defines if the default input wrapper class should be included in radio
# collection wrappers.
# config.include_default_input_wrapper_class = true
# Defines which i18n scope will be used in Simple Form.
# config.i18n_scope = 'simple_form'
# Defines validation classes to the input_field. By default it's nil.
# config.input_field_valid_class = 'is-valid'
# config.input_field_error_class = 'is-invalid'
end

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en:
simple_form:
"yes": 'Yes'
"no": 'No'
required:
text: 'required'
mark: '*'
# You can uncomment the line below if you need to overwrite the whole required html.
# When using html, text and mark won't be used.
# html: '<abbr title="required">*</abbr>'
error_notification:
default_message: "Please review the problems below:"
# Examples
# labels:
# defaults:
# password: 'Password'
# user:
# new:
# email: 'E-mail to sign in.'
# edit:
# email: 'E-mail.'
# hints:
# defaults:
# username: 'User name to sign in.'
# password: 'No special characters, please.'
# include_blanks:
# defaults:
# age: 'Rather not say'
# prompts:
# defaults:
# age: 'Select your age'

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-# frozen_string_literal: true
= simple_form_for(@<%= singular_table_name %>) do |f|
= f.error_notification
= f.error_notification message: f.object.errors[:base].to_sentence if f.object.errors[:base].present?
.form-inputs
<%- attributes.each do |attribute| -%>
= f.<%= attribute.reference? ? :association : :input %> :<%= attribute.name %>
<%- end -%>
.form-actions
= f.button :submit
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