Updating Our URL & Populating Filter Field Values

In this lesson, we'll learn how we can use HTMX to easily update our URL via our AdonisJS response. Then, we'll use our URL's query string to pre-populate our filter form field values.

Published
Mar 26, 23
Duration
3m 32s

Developer, dog lover, and burrito eater. Currently teaching AdonisJS, a fully featured NodeJS framework, and running Adocasts where I post new lessons weekly. Professionally, I work with JavaScript, .Net C#, and SQL Server.

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  1. Commented 1 year ago

    As always, I learned a lot :)

    When do you plan to continue the series on Inertia?

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    1. Commented 1 year ago

      Thank you, Jean! :)

      I put this series on pause when it was announced V1 of Inertia would be released, out of fear it would invalidate what we already had and I'd have to restart. I still need to re-evaluate what has changed and whether I need to restart the series.

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  2. Commented 11 months ago

    This is awesome. Thank you very much!

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    1. Commented 11 months ago

      Thank you, Rene!

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  3. Commented 3 months ago

    this looks really cool. I had never heard of htmx. With htmx you can get an SPA feel with Edge templates.

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    1. Commented 3 months ago

      Yeah, absolutely! This site is actually built using Unpoly, which is in the same hypermedia category as HTMX. All our pages are rendered using EdgeJS despite our pages loading like a SPA and our player sticking with you throughout the site while it's playing.

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