[RUBY] [Rails] About collection when rendering partial (when loading partial template)

When calling a partial template with rails this time, I learned that it is easier to pass local variables by using collection, so I will output it.

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collection makes it very easy to send local variables to partial templates

First of all, there are answer model and controller as a premise.

def index
@answers = Answer.all

Now each person's answer is in @answer.

Now if you use local to send a variable to the partial template

<% @answers.each do |answer| %>
  <%= render partial: "answer", locals: { answer: answer } %>
<% end %>

It will be.

However, in the above, if @answers contains 10 pieces of information, the render partical will be called once (10 times in total). In other words, it slows down.

Therefore, collection is a simple way to delay variables to partial templates.

Convenient to use collection

<%= render partial: "answer", collection: @tweets %>

With just this, you can send a local variable to a partial template. Even if 10 pieces of information are stored in @answers, they will be passed together in a partial template to create 10 views.

Since I am also in the learning stage, mistakes may occur. We apologize for the inconvenience, but we would appreciate it if you could point out.

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