04 Apr '12, 11am

What is difference between render & redirect methods? - Ruby Forum:

On Mar 22, 2006, at 11:21, Tom Mornini wrote: > This causes a 'server side' redirect, and causes > the other action to be executed without the browser > knowing anything about the change. Almost. The action is not executed, only the corresponding template list.rhtml is rendered as if the call was render :view => 'list' # imaginary API being equivalent to render :template => "#{controller_name}/list.rhtml" modulus the template extension. It could even happen that the list action renders something else. Server-side "redirects" are done with render_component. -- fxn

Full article: http://www.ruby-forum.com/topic/58962

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