Rails way? Rendering partials

Laying out some thoughts for myself here ...

So, I’ve been inserting partials for awhile …

At first I was sending only rails generated & cocoon gem partials.  Using the collections method I think.  :f => @controller_declared_model

When reading again from the rails guides – Link – I found you can feed in an array of values.  The documentation claims you can then render the layout of each with no effort.

I’m trying to find a way to feed a partial a controller declared dataset, which would allow me to create subsets of the Player.all & feed them in to be rendered.

Local or collection seems to be it … but I’m curious if these will still allow me to use the rails magic in links for editing/viewing etc.  More to follow when done testing.

Github’s extra features – issues versus projects – TDD/BDD

Trying to document a bit of what I am up too in the hopes it helps my workflow process improve.

Supposedly, when ADHD or tired this workflow will help you concentrate in order to be productive!

I’ve been hanging out on my github.com project lately.  Using the Issues List as my per task driver for the TDD/BDD stuff.  I’m actually listing out each command with a checkbox as my aid for doing & reversing the code I’m working with … usually the second time.  I also tried the “projects” thing off github’s repository … the feature is pretty meh for control though.  My frustration is that I can get check boxes and exacting lists of whatever length I want from the Issues list.

I really hate the idea of cluttering up my github issues list on projects which might get a volume of people (obviously my early stuff won’t suffer from this syndrome), so I’m attempting to shoe horn projects in to that role.  Currently, I’m using projects to describe the title of what I’m doing & Issue’s with check boxes the behavior that needs to be fixed along with the steps taken to fix the issue.

By no means am I an expert – more of a new guy imitating what I see other people doing.  So here’s my screen captures …