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errors.on equilvalent on Rails 4

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article.errors.on(:title)

does not works in Rails 4. What is equivalent on( ) method?

posted Sep 23, 2013 by Anderson

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On was deprecated and removed in Rails 4... to address your issue now you simply do errors[:title] to pull your error. If you are looking for it to return true or false then you should do errors[:title].present? or you can use blank?

answer Sep 23, 2013 by Jai Prakash
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