Class: SimpleForm::FormBuilder

Inherits:
ActionView::Helpers::FormBuilder
  • Object
show all
Extended by:
MapType
Includes:
Inputs
Defined in:
lib/simple_form/form_builder.rb

Constant Summary

ACTIONS =

When action is create or update, we still should use new and edit

{
  'create' => 'new',
  'update' => 'edit'
}
ATTRIBUTE_COMPONENTS =
[:html5, :min_max, :maxlength, :placeholder, :pattern, :readonly]

Instance Attribute Summary collapse

Class Method Summary collapse

Instance Method Summary collapse

Methods included from MapType

extended, map_type

Constructor Details

#initializeFormBuilder

:nodoc:



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# File 'lib/simple_form/form_builder.rb', line 38

def initialize(*) #:nodoc:
  super
  @defaults = options[:defaults]
  @wrapper  = SimpleForm.wrapper(options[:wrapper] || SimpleForm.default_wrapper)
end

Instance Attribute Details

#objectObject (readonly)

Returns the value of attribute object



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# File 'lib/simple_form/form_builder.rb', line 7

def object
  @object
end

#object_nameObject (readonly)

Returns the value of attribute object_name



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# File 'lib/simple_form/form_builder.rb', line 7

def object_name
  @object_name
end

#templateObject (readonly)

Returns the value of attribute template



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# File 'lib/simple_form/form_builder.rb', line 7

def template
  @template
end

#wrapperObject (readonly)

Returns the value of attribute wrapper



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# File 'lib/simple_form/form_builder.rb', line 7

def wrapper
  @wrapper
end

Class Method Details

.discovery_cacheObject



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# File 'lib/simple_form/form_builder.rb', line 34

def self.discovery_cache
  @discovery_cache ||= {}
end

Instance Method Details

#association(association, options = {}, &block) ⇒ Object

Helper for dealing with association selects/radios, generating the collection automatically. It's just a wrapper to input, so all options supported in input are also supported by association. Some extra options can also be given:

Examples

simple_form_for @user do |f|
  f.association :company          # Company.all
end

f.association :company, collection: Company.all(order: 'name')
# Same as using :order option, but overriding collection

Block

When a block is given, association simple behaves as a proxy to simple_fields_for:

f.association :company do |c|
  c.input :name
  c.input :type
end

From the options above, only :collection can also be supplied.

Please note that the association helper is currently only tested with Active Record. Depending on the ORM you are using your mileage may vary.

Raises:

  • (ArgumentError)


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# File 'lib/simple_form/form_builder.rb', line 175

def association(association, options = {}, &block)
  options = options.dup

  return simple_fields_for(*[association,
    options.delete(:collection), options].compact, &block) if block_given?

  raise ArgumentError, "Association cannot be used in forms not associated with an object" unless @object

  reflection = find_association_reflection(association)
  raise "Association #{association.inspect} not found" unless reflection

  options[:as] ||= :select
  options[:collection] ||= fetch_association_collection(reflection, options)

  attribute = build_association_attribute(reflection, association, options)

  input(attribute, options.merge(reflection: reflection))
end

#button(type, *args, &block) ⇒ Object



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# File 'lib/simple_form/form_builder.rb', line 205

def button(type, *args, &block)
  options = args.extract_options!.dup
  options[:class] = [SimpleForm.button_class, options[:class]].compact
  args << options
  if respond_to?("#{type}_button")
    send("#{type}_button", *args, &block)
  else
    send(type, *args, &block)
  end
end

#button_buttonObject

Creates a button:

form_for @user do |f|
  f.button :submit
end

It just acts as a proxy to method name given. We also alias original Rails button implementation (3.2 forward (to delegate to the original when calling `f.button :button`.



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# File 'lib/simple_form/form_builder.rb', line 204

alias_method :button_button, :button

#collection_check_boxes(method, collection, value_method, text_method, options = {}, html_options = {}, &block) ⇒ Object

Creates a collection of check boxes for each item in the collection, associated with a clickable label. Use value_method and text_method to convert items in the collection for use as text/value in check boxes. You can give a symbol or a proc to both value_method and text_method, that will be evaluated for each item in the collection.

Examples

form_for @user do |f|
  f.collection_check_boxes :options, [[true, 'Yes'] ,[false, 'No']], :first, :last
end

<input name="user[options][]" type="hidden" value="" />
<input id="user_options_true" name="user[options][]" type="checkbox" value="true" />
<label class="collection_check_boxes" for="user_options_true">Yes</label>
<input name="user[options][]" type="hidden" value="" />
<input id="user_options_false" name="user[options][]" type="checkbox" value="false" />
<label class="collection_check_boxes" for="user_options_false">No</label>

It is also possible to give a block that should generate the check box + label. To wrap the check box with the label, for instance:

form_for @user do |f|
  f.collection_check_boxes(
    :options, [[true, 'Yes'] ,[false, 'No']], :first, :last
  ) do |b|
    b.label { b.check_box + b.text }
  end
end

Options

Collection check box accepts some extra options:

* checked  => the value or values that should be checked initially. Accepts
              a single item or an array of items. It overrides existing associations.

* disabled => the value or values that should be disabled. Accepts a single
              item or an array of items.

* collection_wrapper_tag   => the tag to wrap the entire collection.

* collection_wrapper_class => the CSS class to use for collection_wrapper_tag. This option
                              is ignored if the :collection_wrapper_tag option is blank.

* item_wrapper_tag         => the tag to wrap each item in the collection.

* item_wrapper_class       => the CSS class to use for item_wrapper_tag

* a block                  => to generate the label + check box or any other component.


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# File 'lib/simple_form/form_builder.rb', line 419

def collection_check_boxes(method, collection, value_method, text_method, options = {}, html_options = {}, &block)
  SimpleForm::Tags::CollectionCheckBoxes.new(@object_name, method, @template, collection, value_method, text_method, objectify_options(options), @default_options.merge(html_options)).render(&block)
end

#collection_radio_buttons(method, collection, value_method, text_method, options = {}, html_options = {}, &block) ⇒ Object

Create a collection of radio inputs for the attribute. Basically this helper will create a radio input associated with a label for each text/value option in the collection, using value_method and text_method to convert these text/value. You can give a symbol or a proc to both value_method and text_method, that will be evaluated for each item in the collection.

Examples

form_for @user do |f|
  f.collection_radio_buttons :options, [[true, 'Yes'] ,[false, 'No']], :first, :last
end

<input id="user_options_true" name="user[options]" type="radio" value="true" />
<label class="collection_radio_buttons" for="user_options_true">Yes</label>
<input id="user_options_false" name="user[options]" type="radio" value="false" />
<label class="collection_radio_buttons" for="user_options_false">No</label>

It is also possible to give a block that should generate the radio + label. To wrap the radio with the label, for instance:

form_for @user do |f|
  f.collection_radio_buttons(
    :options, [[true, 'Yes'] ,[false, 'No']], :first, :last
  ) do |b|
    b.label { b.radio_button + b.text }
  end
end

Options

Collection radio accepts some extra options:

* checked  => the value that should be checked initially.

* disabled => the value or values that should be disabled. Accepts a single
              item or an array of items.

* collection_wrapper_tag   => the tag to wrap the entire collection.

* collection_wrapper_class => the CSS class to use for collection_wrapper_tag

* item_wrapper_tag         => the tag to wrap each item in the collection.

* item_wrapper_class       => the CSS class to use for item_wrapper_tag

* a block                  => to generate the label + radio or any other component.


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# File 'lib/simple_form/form_builder.rb', line 365

def collection_radio_buttons(method, collection, value_method, text_method, options = {}, html_options = {}, &block)
  SimpleForm::Tags::CollectionRadioButtons.new(@object_name, method, @template, collection, value_method, text_method, objectify_options(options), @default_options.merge(html_options)).render(&block)
end

#error(attribute_name, options = {}) ⇒ Object

Creates an error tag based on the given attribute, only when the attribute contains errors. All the given options are sent as :error_html.

Examples

f.error :name
f.error :name, id: "cool_error"


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# File 'lib/simple_form/form_builder.rb', line 224

def error(attribute_name, options = {})
  options = options.dup

  options[:error_html] = options.except(:error_tag, :error_prefix, :error_method)
  column      = find_attribute_column(attribute_name)
  input_type  = default_input_type(attribute_name, column, options)
  wrapper.find(:error).
    render(SimpleForm::Inputs::Base.new(self, attribute_name, column, input_type, options))
end

#error_notification(options = {}) ⇒ Object

Creates an error notification message that only appears when the form object has some error. You can give a specific message with the :message option, otherwise it will look for a message using I18n. All other options given are passed straight as html options to the html tag.

Examples

f.error_notification
f.error_notification message: 'Something went wrong'
f.error_notification id: 'user_error_message', class: 'form_error'


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# File 'lib/simple_form/form_builder.rb', line 314

def error_notification(options = {})
  SimpleForm::ErrorNotification.new(self, options).render
end

#full_error(attribute_name, options = {}) ⇒ Object

Return the error but also considering its name. This is used when errors for a hidden field need to be shown.

Examples

f.full_error :token #=> <span class="error">Token is invalid</span>


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# File 'lib/simple_form/form_builder.rb', line 241

def full_error(attribute_name, options = {})
  options = options.dup

  options[:error_prefix] ||= if object.class.respond_to?(:human_attribute_name)
    object.class.human_attribute_name(attribute_name.to_s)
  else
    attribute_name.to_s.humanize
  end

  error(attribute_name, options)
end

#hint(attribute_name, options = {}) ⇒ Object

Creates a hint tag for the given attribute. Accepts a symbol indicating an attribute for I18n lookup or a string. All the given options are sent as :hint_html.

Examples

f.hint :name # Do I18n lookup
f.hint :name, id: "cool_hint"
f.hint "Don't forget to accept this"


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# File 'lib/simple_form/form_builder.rb', line 263

def hint(attribute_name, options = {})
  options = options.dup

  options[:hint_html] = options.except(:hint_tag, :hint)
  if attribute_name.is_a?(String)
    options[:hint] = attribute_name
    attribute_name, column, input_type = nil, nil, nil
  else
    column      = find_attribute_column(attribute_name)
    input_type  = default_input_type(attribute_name, column, options)
  end

  wrapper.find(:hint).
    render(SimpleForm::Inputs::Base.new(self, attribute_name, column, input_type, options))
end

#input(attribute_name, options = {}, &block) ⇒ Object Also known as: attribute

Basic input helper, combines all components in the stack to generate input html based on options the user define and some guesses through database column information. By default a call to input will generate label + input + hint (when defined) + errors (when exists), and all can be configured inside a wrapper html.

Examples

# Imagine @user has error "can't be blank" on name
simple_form_for @user do |f|
  f.input :name, hint: 'My hint'
end

This is the output html (only the input portion, not the form):

<label class="string required" for="user_name">
  <abbr title="required">*</abbr> Super User Name!
</label>
<input class="string required" id="user_name" maxlength="100"
   name="user[name]" type="text" value="Carlos" />
<span class="hint">My hint</span>
<span class="error">can't be blank</span>

Each database type will render a default input, based on some mappings and heuristic to determine which is the best option.

You have some options for the input to enable/disable some functions:

as: allows you to define the input type you want, for instance you
       can use it to generate a text field for a date column.

required: defines whether this attribute is required or not. True
            by default.

The fact SimpleForm is built in components allow the interface to be unified. So, for instance, if you need to disable :hint for a given input, you can pass hint: false. The same works for :error, :label and :wrapper.

Besides the html for any component can be changed. So, if you want to change the label html you just need to give a hash to :label_html. To configure the input html, supply :input_html instead and so on.

Options

Some inputs, as datetime, time and select allow you to give extra options, like prompt and/or include blank. Such options are given in plainly:

f.input :created_at, include_blank: true

Collection

When playing with collections (:radio_buttons, :check_boxes and :select inputs), you have three extra options:

collection: use to determine the collection to generate the radio or select

label_method: the method to apply on the array collection to get the label

value_method: the method to apply on the array collection to get the value

Priority

Some inputs, as :time_zone and :country accepts a :priority option. If none is given SimpleForm.time_zone_priority and SimpleForm.country_priority are used respectively.



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# File 'lib/simple_form/form_builder.rb', line 109

def input(attribute_name, options = {}, &block)
  options = @defaults.deep_dup.deep_merge(options) if @defaults

  input   = find_input(attribute_name, options, &block)
  wrapper = find_wrapper(input.input_type, options)

  wrapper.render input
end

#input_field(attribute_name, options = {}) ⇒ Object

Creates a input tag for the given attribute. All the given options are sent as :input_html.

Examples

simple_form_for @user do |f|
  f.input_field :name
end

This is the output html (only the input portion, not the form):

<input class="string required" id="user_name" maxlength="100"
   name="user[name]" type="text" value="Carlos" />


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# File 'lib/simple_form/form_builder.rb', line 133

def input_field(attribute_name, options = {})
  components = (wrapper.components.map(&:namespace) & ATTRIBUTE_COMPONENTS)

  options = options.dup
  options[:input_html] = options.except(:as, :boolean_style, :collection, :label_method, :value_method, *components)
  options = @defaults.deep_dup.deep_merge(options) if @defaults

  input      = find_input(attribute_name, options)
  wrapper    = find_wrapper(input.input_type, options)
  components = components.concat([:input]).map { |component| SimpleForm::Wrappers::Leaf.new(component) }

  SimpleForm::Wrappers::Root.new(components, wrapper.options.merge(wrapper: false)).render input
end

#label(attribute_name, *args) ⇒ Object

Creates a default label tag for the given attribute. You can give a label through the :label option or using i18n. All the given options are sent as :label_html.

Examples

f.label :name                     # Do I18n lookup
f.label :name, "Name"             # Same behavior as Rails, do not add required tag
f.label :name, label: "Name"   # Same as above, but adds required tag

f.label :name, required: false
f.label :name, id: "cool_label"


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# File 'lib/simple_form/form_builder.rb', line 292

def label(attribute_name, *args)
  return super if args.first.is_a?(String) || block_given?

  options = args.extract_options!.dup
  options[:label_html] = options.except(:label, :required, :as)

  column      = find_attribute_column(attribute_name)
  input_type  = default_input_type(attribute_name, column, options)
  SimpleForm::Inputs::Base.new(self, attribute_name, column, input_type, options).label
end

#lookup_actionObject

The action to be used in lookup.



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# File 'lib/simple_form/form_builder.rb', line 442

def lookup_action #:nodoc:
  @lookup_action ||= begin
    action = template.controller && template.controller.action_name
    return unless action
    action = action.to_s
    ACTIONS[action] || action
  end
end

#lookup_model_namesObject

Extract the model names from the object_name mess, ignoring numeric and explicit child indexes.

Example:

route[0][1]

“route”, “blocks”, “blocks_learning_object”, “foo”


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# File 'lib/simple_form/form_builder.rb', line 431

def lookup_model_names #:nodoc:
  @lookup_model_names ||= begin
    child_index = options[:child_index]
    names = object_name.to_s.scan(/(?!\d)\w+/).flatten
    names.delete(child_index) if child_index
    names.each { |name| name.gsub!('_attributes', '') }
    names.freeze
  end
end