30 Jun '17, 12am

Simple Phoenix Text Inputs with Formulator

If you’re a Rails developer and new to Phoenix, you’ll soon discover that Phoenix tries to get the form errors closer to the input tags themselves, as opposed to Rails where error messages are typically flashed near the top of a page. Getting used to this difference is like putting my toothbrush on the other side of the sink, I tend to forget the error_tag when making a new form and wonder for about 5 minutes why my test can’t find the error text I’m expecting. Formulator saves me some keystrokes and keeps me from forgetting error tags.

Full article: https://robots.thoughtbot.com/simple-phoenix-text-inputs-...

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