Class: TableHelper::BodyRow

Inherits:
Row show all
Defined in:
lib/table_helper/body_row.rb

Overview

Represents a single row within the body of a table. The row can consist of either data cells or header cells.

Alternating rows

Alternating rows can be automated by setting the alternate property. For example,

r = BodyRow.new(object, parent)
r.alternate = true

Constant Summary

@@result_class =
'ui-collection-result'
@@alternate_class =
'ui-state-alternate'

Instance Attribute Summary (collapse)

Attributes inherited from Row

#builder, #cells, #parent

Instance Method Summary (collapse)

Methods inherited from Row

#cell, #cell_names, #clear

Constructor Details

- (BodyRow) initialize(object, parent)

:nodoc:



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# File 'lib/table_helper/body_row.rb', line 26

def initialize(object, parent) #:nodoc:
  super(parent)
  
  @alternate = false
  self[:class] = "#{self[:class]} #{table.object_name} #{result_class}".strip
  
  # For each column defined in the table, see if we can prepopulate the
  # cell based on the data in the object.  If not, we can at least
  # provide shortcut accessors to the cell
  table.header.column_names.each do |column|
    value = object.respond_to?(column) ? object.send(column) : nil
    cell(column, value)
  end
end

Instance Attribute Details

- (Object) alternate

True if this is an alternating row, otherwise false. Default is false.



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# File 'lib/table_helper/body_row.rb', line 24

def alternate
  @alternate
end

Instance Method Details

- (Object) html

Generates the html for this row in additional to the border row (if specified)



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# File 'lib/table_helper/body_row.rb', line 43

def html
  original_options = @html_options.dup
  self[:class] = "#{self[:class]} #{alternate_class}".strip if alternate
  html = super
  @html_options = original_options
  html
end