Be sure to restart your server when you modify this file.
You can add backtrace silencers for libraries that you're using but don't wish to see in your backtraces.
With my experience with Rails 4.0.5 so far, to my own naivety, I found that the error message displayed in form is different from the normal Rails app. The root cause is that 'scaffold.css' is not included.
<div class="field"> <%= f.label :password %><br> <%= f.password_field :password %>
|make design-work (css+js) a Rails mountable plugin.|
|- Install Rails on designer's machine.|
|- create a Rails mountable plugin, and put it in svn.|
|- let designers edit assets files, while browsing Rails running server.|
|understand sprocket and its limitations.|
|- expose all that are 'required' files into one big file to output.|
|Customizing a model object's JSON representation, first of all, is a business of ActiveRecord::Serialization. You will look at ActiveModel::Serializers::JSON class|
|and then will come back to ActiveModel::Serialization class|
|Do you know, you can access your own rails website on /rails/info/routes , under development environment?|
|The working house is shown below.|
|In turn, ActionDispatch::Routing::RoutesInspector is the real hero. Linked below.|
|UIStory needs a Procedure to guide it, and story listens to Procedure's events of proceed and complete .|
|It is UIStory to expose proceedNext method for client to call. While UI will have "next" button to proceed the procedure, too.|
|UIStory has a JXUIVCFactory_ProcedureStep .|
|VCFactory will createVC, setObject:intoVC, and getObject:fromVC, according to step.|
|Since the kinds of steps are currently limited, the VC types to be used are limited too, therefore manually manageable.|
|JXModel_ProcedureStep_ObjectPart_Attribute --- JXUITVDSD_NSArray_Selection (or JXUITVDSD_NSArray_Selection__allowsAddSimpleTextOptions)|