Using JQuery’s $(document).ready() functionality seems to be broken when using’s the Rails Gem Turbolinks. However, to fix any issues you are experiencing, add the jquery-turbolinks gem to your Gemfile > gem ‘jquery-turbolinks’ Then, add the following line to your JS manifest file, typically application.js in your assets directory: //= require jquery.turbolinks After which, restart your server, and you should be good to go.
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If you’re running a rails application with capistrano and you run into the following error: Error reading response length from authentication socket When you attempt to connect via cap, for instance > cap staging deploy Then make sure you can answer the following questions with a ‘yes’ before continuing. 1) Is my private key properly created and available on my local system. Simple configurations will generally maintain the key at: [...]
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