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Once you've done that, click the "Edit profile" link in the top right and you should see a form like this: In order to customize this view, we need to have Devise copy a few files into our project: In the last part of this post, I would like to demonstrate how to have Devise permit updates to any of the nested attributes without a user having to enter their password.

However, it should still ask for password confirmation and/or a password if a user tries to update either the "email" or "password" fields.

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hash tell Rails that the anchor element must respond in Javascript format (triggerin the Ajax logic), instead of the usual HTML.The only deviation from Devise’s standard configuration is that a user has an associated profile which is specified using in the User model (as this is where I want to place the foreign key).The profile will contain a bunch of information about the user and should be nested in the form which is shown when a user accesses Devise’s you should be able to sign in with the above credentials.To fix this, change tasks.js: You can download the source code for this article from ckl., downloaded the latest cookbooks, and executed the run-list."complete", false Rendered collection of tasks/_erb [1 times] (1.0ms) Task Load (0.1ms) SELECT "tasks".* FROM "tasks" WHERE "tasks"."complete" = ?

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hash tell Rails that the anchor element must respond in Javascript format (triggerin the Ajax logic), instead of the usual HTML.

The only deviation from Devise’s standard configuration is that a user has an associated profile which is specified using in the User model (as this is where I want to place the foreign key).

The profile will contain a bunch of information about the user and should be nested in the form which is shown when a user accesses Devise’s you should be able to sign in with the above credentials.

To fix this, change tasks.js: You can download the source code for this article from ckl.

, downloaded the latest cookbooks, and executed the run-list.

"complete", false Rendered collection of tasks/_erb [1 times] (1.0ms) Task Load (0.1ms) SELECT "tasks".* FROM "tasks" WHERE "tasks"."complete" = ?

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hash tell Rails that the anchor element must respond in Javascript format (triggerin the Ajax logic), instead of the usual HTML.

The only deviation from Devise’s standard configuration is that a user has an associated profile which is specified using in the User model (as this is where I want to place the foreign key).

The profile will contain a bunch of information about the user and should be nested in the form which is shown when a user accesses Devise’s you should be able to sign in with the above credentials.

To fix this, change tasks.js: You can download the source code for this article from ckl.

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