Flash Messaging Overview
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Yee supports flash messaging much like Rails and other larger web frameworks. Flash messaging allows you to define messages that persist until the next HTTP request but no further. This is helpful to display messages to the user after a given event or error occurs.
As shown below, the Yee application’s
flashNow() methods accept two arguments: a key and a message.
The key may be whatever you want and defines how the message will be accessed in the view templates. For example, if we invoke the Yee application’s
flash('foo', 'The foo message') method with those arguments, you can access that message in the next request’s templates with
Flash messages are persisted with sessions; sessions are required for flash messages to work. Flash messages are stored in