Turbolinks 3 is currently in development but should be released within the next few months. One interesting aspect of Turbolinks 3 is that rather than strictly doing the full <body> replacement that Turbolinks 1 and 2 do, Turbolinks 3 has support for partial dom replacement . While this seems nice and is a bit closer to PJAX , the spiritual ancestor of Turbolinks introduced by Github, it nonetheless adds a good bit more complexity to the whole Turbolinks dance. With partial replacement, there is the possibility of involving the server and Rails controllers in deciding what content to replace, and overall things seem a bit more complex than with earlier Turbolinks versions.
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