Thanks once again for inspiration to Brian Eng of Softies on Rails, here's my latest tutorial. Brian mentioned how easy it would be to add script.aculo.us effects to my little delicious app. And he was totally correct. What are script.aculo.us effects, you ask? Go check out this page.
Now you have the power of script.aculo.us in your rails app! NOTE: I just saw on the script.aculo.us home page that it is supposed to be bundled with RoR. I didn't notice in my directory, but this step may not be necessary for you.
Remember in my last tutorial when I added in the spinner effect, I used the :loading and :completed callbacks? Like this:
Read the complete tutorial Here