HTML rails provide与content_for的区别

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摘要:

页面渲染时:provide先执行,但找到一个provide之后就不再查找

      content_for 顺序执行,在哪个位置,就等之前的渲染完后才执行。但是要等到所有的content被查找完后一块返回,也就是能查找多个

 

参考文档:http://stackoverflow.com/questions/27814500/ruby-on-rails-provide-vs-content-for

First of all, what is streaming? Why would you use it?

Streaming is alternate method of rendering pages top-down (outside-in). The default rendering behavior is inside-out. Streaming must be enabled in your controller:

class MyController
  def action
    render stream: true # Streaming enabled
  end
end

According to the documentation:

Streaming may be considered to be overkill for lightweight actions like new or edit. The real benefit of streaming is on expensive actions that, for example, do a lot of queries on the database.

So, if you're not using streaming, is there still a difference?

Yes.

The difference is a template can define multiple content blocks by calling content_for multiple times. Doing so will concatenate the blocks and pass that to the layout:

# layout.html.erb
<div class="heading"><%= yield :surprise %></div>
<div class="body">
   <p><%= yield %></p>
   <p>But it's not very interesting...</p>
</div>

# template.html.erb
<%= content_for :surprise, "Hello" %>
I've got your content!
<%= content_for :surprise, ", World!" %>

# Generated HTML
<div class="heading">Hello, World!</div>
<div class="body">
   <p>I've got your content!</p>
   <p>But it's not very interesting...</p>
</div>

Since provide doesn't continue searching the provided template, only the block passed to the first provide call will be sent to the template:

# layout.html.erb
<div class="heading"><%= yield :title %></div>

# template.html.erb
<%= provide :title, "Foo" %>
<%= provide :title, "bar" %>

# Generated HTML
<div class="heading">Foo</div>

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