This is my first post here, really looking forward to getting super involved with the Hotwire community. In fact, Jose Farias and I are working on a book about The Hotway.
I’m working on an example for the book where I’m rebuilding the GitHub file browser UI. I have a main frame defined in the view for the file browser,
<turbo-frame id="file_browser"> . Within that frame are links
<a href="/browser/<%= node.path %>">. The backend will send back the view which contains
<turbo-frame id="file_browser"> and the frame redraws and it’s magic and awesome. However, because it’s a frame, the URL does not change. It would seem that there’s no way to have a frame navigation event (a frame being redrawn) add to the history session stack. I understand I could implement this myself, but I’m wondering if this is by design or what all your thoughts about that are? I think there’s a lot of good reasons to be able to have a frame navigation event also be represented in the session history. Happy to explain more, but wanted to see what everyone thought and if the issue is clear.
Also - is there a Discord/Slack where the community is discussing Turbo/Hotwire/Rails? I’d love to chat more - I’m so excited about this evolution to the rails ecosystem.