Join Kevin Skoglund for an in-depth discussion in this video Managing sort positions, part of Ruby on Rails 3 Essential Training.
Let's continue looking at sort positions.…Keep in mind what we just learned in the last movie about the scope of the…positions because you're going to need to apply that again here.…But first we have another issue to solve.…We can use our existing CRUD to edit the position of any one item, but we don't…yet have any mechanism to reposition the other items up or down to make room for i…or to fill in the position that it used to occupy.…What we need is some code that will help us to do that and ideally to do it…automatically in the background.…While moving those items around, we'll also want to be mindful about their…scope so that if we move the position of a page under a subject we don't want…to re-arrange the position of every page. Just the ones that are under that same subject.…
There's a popular plug-in called acts_as_list that does this for you.…We'll talk about plug-ins later.…But instead of using that, we're going to create our own poor man's version…of repositioning code.…It won't be as fast or have as many features, but it will be a good example and…
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