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Easy parametric query building in Rails.

Installation

Simply add it to your Gemfile.

And update your Gems.

Please note that as of version 2.0 the API has drastically changed. If you’re already using version 1.x and don’t want to update your application right now, you should stick with it:

About

Scopable is useful when you need to build one or more queries based on incoming parameters in the request. Very much like has_scope except it’s decoupled from the controller, making it easier to test and much more flexible.

Example

Say you have a model and a controller for your blog. Something like this:

└── app
    ├── models
        └── post.rb
    └── controllers
        └── posts_controller.rb

First let’s create a new directory named scopes along with models and controllers. There you create a file called post_scope.rb, and inside it you define a class that inherits from Scopable.

class PostScope < Scopable
  model Post

  scope :search do
    where('title LIKE ?', value)
  end

  scope :published_on do
    where(published_at: value.to_time)
  end
end

Finally, in PostsController you use PostScope.resolve to conditionally resolve the scopes based on given parameters.

class PostsController < ApplicationController
  def index
    @posts = PostScope.resolve(scope_params)
  end

  private

  def scope_params
    params.permit(:search, :published_on).to_h
  end
end

Now when any combination of the parameters search and published_on are present, their respective conditions are going to be applied on the relation. i.e. If your request path looks like this:

/?search=bananas&published_on=2007-07-19

@posts will look like this:

Post.where('title LIKE ?', 'bananas').where(published_on: '2007-07-19 00:00:00 +0000')

You can also pass some options when you’re defining scopes for more advanced use cases. Read on.

Options

Key Description
:param Name of the parameter that activates the scope.
:default Default value for the scope in case the parameter is missing.
:value Force a value to the scope regardless of the request parameters.
:required Calls #none on the model if parameter is absent (blank or nil) and there’s no default value set.
:if
:unless
&block Block will be used to produce the resulting relation with two parameters: the relation at this step and the scope value from params.

Collaboration

If you’d like to contribute to the project, in any form, you’re most welcome, but please bear in mind that as it is with any open-source software your suggestions are subject to the discretion of the project maintainers, and what you see as an issue, someone else may see as a feature.

We encourage you to:

  • Open a new issue with suggestions, concerns, or problems you may have.
  • Chip in existing discussions and present your opinion on the subject.
  • Send pull-requests with test covered bug fixes or new features.
  • Send pull-requests with new tests you miss in the suite.

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  • Be respectful.
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  • Follow the established coding style.
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License

The MIT License © 2013 Arthur Corenzan



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