strip_attributes - :hocho: An ActiveModel extension that automatically strips all attributes of leading and trailing whitespace before validation

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StripAttributes is an ActiveModel extension that automatically strips all attributes of leading and trailing whitespace before validation. If the attribute is blank, it strips the value to nil by default.It works by adding a before_validation hook to the record. By default, all attributes are stripped of whitespace, but :only and :except options can be used to limit which attributes are stripped. Both options accept a single attribute (only: :field) or arrays of attributes (except: [:field1, :field2, :field3]).



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