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Flash hash: Ruby on Rails 5 Essential Training
Flash hash: Ruby on Rails 5 Essential Training

The flash hash is a feature that allows a message to persist in the session until the next request. It is most commonly used to save a message, redirect the user to a new URL, and then display the message after the new page loads. It makes it easy for developers to provide friendly messages to the user after an operation is complete, such as “record created successfully.” After the next request, the message is cleared.

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Developer Web Web Development Ruby on Rails

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