I also added a renderNothing function to renderer.js
I made the experience that I often deal with methods which return simply nothing. For example if I delete some entry in the db. I could call self.renderText("") but I think self.renderNothing() would be more self explaining. Also it's very similar to Rails' render :nothing => :true method.
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renderNothing function for simply rendering nothing and ending the re…
This can already be achieved by invoking this.render() without any argument. So I guess a renderNothing() won't add anything.
Yeah you right, I didn't know that. Did you see the servers method also?
Yup that looked good. I'm in the middle of fixing something. Will merge after that.