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How to present search criteria before displaying list in a rails app?

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I have a table with several thousand records in it. They take a long time to load and are essentially useless presented altogether.. I'd like present the user a search form to select a limited subset of records for display in the index function. What options are available to solve this problem and where might I look for examples or demos?

posted Oct 26, 2014 by Tarun Singhal

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