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Introduces a fw.options.fetchHtml() helper. #2723

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andreiglingeanu commented Jul 31, 2017

This makes fetching HTML from the backend and rendering option types a breeze. It implements a simple key-value cache for the results and stores them in memory.

Cache can be cleared by demand, when the user of the helper wants to re-fetch every option type.

fw.options.fetchHtml(options, values).then(function (html) {
  console.log(html);
});

fw.options.fetchHtml(options, values).always(function (html) {
  // here, the html variable will sometimes contain error descriptions, right in HTML
  console.log(html);
});

// Cache accessors
fw.options.fetchHtml.getCacheEntryFor(options, values);
fw.options.fetchHtml.emptyCache();

Aside from introducing that helper, this pull request replaces the logic inside fw.OptionsModal() to use that fw.options.fetchHtml service helper.


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Introduces a fw.options.fetchHtml() helper.
This makes fetching HTML from the backend and rendering option types a
breeze. It implements a simple key-value cache for the results and
stores them in memory. Cache can be cleared by demand, when the user of
the helper wants to re-fetch every option type.

fw.options.fetchHtml(options, values);
fw.options.fetchHtml.getCacheEntryFor(options, values);
fw.options.fetchHtml.emptyCache();

@andreiglingeanu andreiglingeanu merged commit d5327f6 into ThemeFuse:master Jul 31, 2017

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