Use ruby variables in javascript.

There seem to be various methods, but the method I used this time.



@test = { 'hoge' => 'huga', 'hogehoge' => 'hugahuga' }

<div id="hoge" data-hoge-id="<%= @test.to_json %>"></div>

  var test = $('#hoge').data('hoge-id');

That was all.

It can also be implemented using a gem called "gon".

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