Stimulus.js Tutorial: Listening to onScroll Events for a Sticky Table Header

In one of my projects, I had a table with a lot of rows of uniform data. I started using a JQuery plugin called Sticky Table Headers. It worked really well, but I’ve been experimenting with moving different components of my code to Stimulus, where it made sense, so I thought I’d try to replicate […]

Stimulus.js Tutorial: How do I filter data in a list or table?

Let’s work off the previous Todo tutorial and add a way to filter those Todos using just Stimulus. We will only need to work on the todos/index.html file, and to add one Javascript controller. This example will highlight how Stimulus enhances your server rendered HTML, without the need to build complicated constellations of Javascript objects. […]

Stimulus.js Tutorial: How Do I Remotely Update My Model from a checkbox?

An updated version of this post can be found here: First, I’m going to assume you’ve read the Stimulus handbook, cover to cover, like I have. Let’s say you have a Todo app, with a model Todo that has a string title, and a boolean field, completed. We are going to use Stimulus to […]

Stimulus.js Tutorial: How Do I Drag and Drop Items in a List?

You’ve heard about Stimulus in the DHH press tour. You’ve read the Stimulus Handbook. How about a more complicated example than what you’ve seen? Here’s a tutorial on using Stimulus to drag and drop items around in a list. Let’s start with our simple ordered list in html. Notice that each item has a id associated […]