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Promised Destruction #175

codewithkyle opened this issue Jun 11, 2019 · 0 comments


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commented Jun 11, 2019

The beforeDestroy() method should return a promise that always resolves. By default the beforeDestroy() method should not be defined in any new JavaScript/TypeScript files and the default defined on the base Module class should be:

public beforeDestroy():Promise<unknown>{
    return Promise.resolve();

That way when we need to actually do something (such as an animation) we can allow the developer to do what they need to do before resolving the promise, see example below.

    return new Promise((resolve)=>{
            targets: this.view,
            duration: 175,
            easing: Env.EASING.out,
            opacity: [1, 0],
            scale: [1, 0.87],
            complete: ()=>{
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