Small snippets with a simple title and a URL are nice, but we need more. This video will walk you through adding inline input elements to add or edit the description of each snippet.
- [Instructor] Today we'll be going over the third…and final video in section four,…Creating Responsive User Interfaces,…Additional Interactivity.…We're going to enable inline editing which means…we'll be able to add a description or edit a description…of an existing snippet.…In order to do this, we will be handling the input events…of either the keyboard or the mouse on the various elements,…and we will go over modifying the records…and have them reflected on the screen.…If you remember from our last video, we had added…a desc, a D-E-S-C, inside of our panel-body,…and this is a new property.…
And we're gonna go ahead and show you what that looks like…if we were to display it.…So the first thing we're gonna do is we're gonna find…one of the existing Snippets.…We're gonna do a findOne in the console here,…and it looks like the adobe.com link came up.…We're gonna grab the Object id there and we're gonna…really quickly here do the Snippets.update…by that id, _id,…and then we're gonna go ahead and add in the id…that's unique to the adobe.com snippet.…
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