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Add improved actions RFC #50

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would be written using a closure action as:
```hbs
<button {{action (action "submit") on="click"}}>Save</button>

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This is pretty confusing, why double wrapping in action? What does the closure wrapped action get attached to?

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This is pretty confusing, why double wrapping in action? What does the closure wrapped action get attached to?

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Hm. It is not double wrapped- the return value of (action "submit") is a function, which the element-space {{action helper calls.

String-based actions bubble like before. Function actions are closures to the scope they were created in.

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Hm. It is not double wrapped- the return value of (action "submit") is a function, which the element-space {{action helper calls.

String-based actions bubble like before. Function actions are closures to the scope they were created in.

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  • <button {{action 'submit'}}>Save</button> would invoke the local submit action as the button elements on click handler.
  • <button {{action (action "submit")}}>Save</button> would wrap the local submit action in a function, then attach that function to the button elements on-click handler.

So, yes, technically it would work, but why would you ever do this? If you are calling an action from your own local scope (which would have to be true for (action "submit") to work), why would you then prefix with {{action again?

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  • <button {{action 'submit'}}>Save</button> would invoke the local submit action as the button elements on click handler.
  • <button {{action (action "submit")}}>Save</button> would wrap the local submit action in a function, then attach that function to the button elements on-click handler.

So, yes, technically it would work, but why would you ever do this? If you are calling an action from your own local scope (which would have to be true for (action "submit") to work), why would you then prefix with {{action again?

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We discussed, will update in RFC to clarify the steps happening. Robert is correct that these cases would have identical behavior, that was what I intended to show.

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We discussed, will update in RFC to clarify the steps happening. Robert is correct that these cases would have identical behavior, that was what I intended to show.

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```js
export default Ember.Component.extend({
click: function(){
this.attrs.action === "submit";

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This seems like a comment informing the reader of what happens when this.sendAction() is called below, can it be made into a JS comment so the highlighting makes it clearer?

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This seems like a comment informing the reader of what happens when this.sendAction() is called below, can it be made into a JS comment so the highlighting makes it clearer?

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export default Ember.Component.extend({
click: function(){
typeof this.attrs.action === "function";

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Can make this a comment or add a comment explaining why it is here?

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Can make this a comment or add a comment explaining why it is here?

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```
```hbs
{{! app/components/my-button/template.hbs }}

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Seems like this should actually be in {{! app/templates/index.js }} since it is invoking my-button (and passing the closure wrapped submit action in to the {{my-button}} component).

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Seems like this should actually be in {{! app/templates/index.js }} since it is invoking my-button (and passing the closure wrapped submit action in to the {{my-button}} component).

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### Hole punching with a closure-based action
The current system of action bubbleing falls down quickly when you want to pass a message through multiple

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I am not certain, but I think this should be bubbling.

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I am not certain, but I think this should be bubbling.

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Also, you might mention it as "manual action bubbling". @danmcclain wrote a nice article about the current technique at http://reefpoints.dockyard.com/2015/01/28/bubbling-actions-through-components.html...

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Also, you might mention it as "manual action bubbling". @danmcclain wrote a nice article about the current technique at http://reefpoints.dockyard.com/2015/01/28/bubbling-actions-through-components.html...

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```hbs
{{! app/components/my-form/template.hbs }}
{{yield save (action 'reset')}}

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Should this be attrs.save?

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Should this be attrs.save?

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The closure usage is a new, perhaps `action` is not the right word. However the two
behaviors are pretty similar in their conceptual behavior.
* `{{action` in an element space attaches an action from the current scope to an event on the element,

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"attaches an action name" (not the action itself, which I think of as the action function)

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"attaches an action name" (not the action itself, which I think of as the action function)

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* `(action` closes over an action from the current scope so it can be attached as an action later.
Additionally, there may be developers who still have `{{action someActionName}}` instead
of the quoted version. This is long deprecated, but these apps may see some

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AFAIK, it is actually unsupported since 1.10 or 1.11. We do support bound action names (where the name resolves to a string when clicked) though, and that is not deprecated (and I think it should stay).

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AFAIK, it is actually unsupported since 1.10 or 1.11. We do support bound action names (where the name resolves to a string when clicked) though, and that is not deprecated (and I think it should stay).

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I am hugely 👍 on this RFC, when can I have it?

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I am hugely 👍 on this RFC, when can I have it?

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What about target and action arguments? Will those be supported? Example:

{{user-inline-edit submit=(action "saveUser" userModel target="bulkSaveManger")}}
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workmanw commented May 7, 2015

What about target and action arguments? Will those be supported? Example:

{{user-inline-edit submit=(action "saveUser" userModel target="bulkSaveManger")}}
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@workmanw interesting. It is technically possible. target would be specifying an alternative target for the closure. I will add.

This does raise the issue of <button {{action someClosureAction target=otherComponent}}> which should just throw IMO. You cannot have a closure action and a target for that action defined at attach-time.

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@workmanw interesting. It is technically possible. target would be specifying an alternative target for the closure. I will add.

This does raise the issue of <button {{action someClosureAction target=otherComponent}}> which should just throw IMO. You cannot have a closure action and a target for that action defined at attach-time.

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@mixonic I'm not sure how others feel, but for our app this would be greatly beneficial. One of our existing pain points with the current action system is the need for a single component to have different targets for different actions. Wrapping up the target in the action sub-expression would save us a lot of "action daisy chaining".

Thanks for this RFC! Super excited for this.

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@mixonic I'm not sure how others feel, but for our app this would be greatly beneficial. One of our existing pain points with the current action system is the need for a single component to have different targets for different actions. Wrapping up the target in the action sub-expression would save us a lot of "action daisy chaining".

Thanks for this RFC! Super excited for this.

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👍 Thank you.

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workmanw commented May 7, 2015

👍 Thank you.

```hbs
{{! app/components/my-form/template.hbs }}
{{my-button on-click=attrs.submit}}

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Would {{my-button on-click=(action 'submit')}} work here as well?

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Would {{my-button on-click=(action 'submit')}} work here as well?

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{{my-button on-click=(action 'submit')}} would target the submit action on MyForm. The current scope is always what is looked to for an (action string.

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{{my-button on-click=(action 'submit')}} would target the submit action on MyForm. The current scope is always what is looked to for an (action string.

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Only if you wanted to provide my-button with the "submit" action from my-form. As it is written here, my-button is getting the wrapped action directly from index controller/route, and you do not need to handle the action and this.sendAction again (the current manually bubbling).

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Only if you wanted to provide my-button with the "submit" action from my-form. As it is written here, my-button is getting the wrapped action directly from index controller/route, and you do not need to handle the action and this.sendAction again (the current manually bubbling).

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Ah, right, I have misunderstood the use case here, thanks for explanation!

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Ah, right, I have misunderstood the use case here, thanks for explanation!

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closed over functions that can be passed between components and passed
the action handlers.
See [this example JSBin from @rwjblue](http://emberjs.jsbin.com/rwjblue/223/edit?html,js,output)

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I updated the JSBin to work (using 1.11.3): http://emberjs.jsbin.com/rwjblue/466/edit?html,js,output

The original doesn't work (doesn't use template compiler).

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I updated the JSBin to work (using 1.11.3): http://emberjs.jsbin.com/rwjblue/466/edit?html,js,output

The original doesn't work (doesn't use template compiler).

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Updated with a description of value=.

Seems good to merge.

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Updated with a description of value=.

Seems good to merge.

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👍 What would yielding multiple actions look like?

Current example:

{{! app/components/my-form/template.hbs }}
{{yield attrs.save (action 'reset')}}

Multiple yield?:

{{! app/components/my-form/template.hbs }}
{{yield attrs.save (action 'reset') (action 'update')}}

or

{{! app/components/my-form/template.hbs }}
{{yield attrs.save (action 'reset' 'update')}}

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👍 What would yielding multiple actions look like?

Current example:

{{! app/components/my-form/template.hbs }}
{{yield attrs.save (action 'reset')}}

Multiple yield?:

{{! app/components/my-form/template.hbs }}
{{yield attrs.save (action 'reset') (action 'update')}}

or

{{! app/components/my-form/template.hbs }}
{{yield attrs.save (action 'reset' 'update')}}
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@al3x-edge like:

{{yield attrs.save (action 'reset') (action 'update')}}

Your third example would curry the argument update onto the action. When this.attrs.reset() was called (with no argument), the handler would receive "update" as the first argument.

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{{yield attrs.save (action 'reset') (action 'update')}}

Your third example would curry the argument update onto the action. When this.attrs.reset() was called (with no argument), the handler would receive "update" as the first argument.

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@mixonic Ah. Makes sense. Didn't read well enough apparently -- Thanks Matt

lxcodes commented May 11, 2015

@mixonic Ah. Makes sense. Didn't read well enough apparently -- Thanks Matt

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Does this address all the problems expressed in this RFC? #42

If yes, yay, anything that fixes the most annoying part of ember - having to repeat, redeclare and resend actions every tier is very welcome.

If not, meh, because there's a risk here of actions becoming even more confusing. This syntax is bad: {{action (action "submit") on="click"}}

{{action (action ??

Overall if actions were based on javascript events and bubbled naturally like them, a lot of these complications could be avoided.

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Does this address all the problems expressed in this RFC? #42

If yes, yay, anything that fixes the most annoying part of ember - having to repeat, redeclare and resend actions every tier is very welcome.

If not, meh, because there's a risk here of actions becoming even more confusing. This syntax is bad: {{action (action "submit") on="click"}}

{{action (action ??

Overall if actions were based on javascript events and bubbled naturally like them, a lot of these complications could be avoided.

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@mgenev it mitigates the challenge you pointed out in the Summary, although how it fixes that problem is very different than the solutions suggested in that discussion.

What used to be:

{{! app/index/template.hbs }}
{{my-component openModal="openModal"}}
{{! app/components/my-component/template.hbs }}
<button {{action 'popSomething'}}>
/// app/components/my-component/component.js
import Ember from "ember";

export default Ember.Component.extend({
  actions: {
    popSomething() {
      this.sendAction('openModal');
    }
  }
});

Is now simply:

{{! app/index/template.hbs }}
{{my-component openModal=(action "openModal")}}
{{! app/components/my-component/template.hbs }}
<button {{action openModal}}>

However I'm not sure this addresses your desire to have "openModal" be an action on the route reachable from any arbitrary point in the component hierarchy. Closure actions read the function off this.actions and call it- they do not use send at all and thus will never bubble.

For the specific case you laid out, I would strongly suggest using a service:

{{! app/components/my-component/template.hbs }}
<button {{action (action 'open' target=modalService)}}>
/// app/components/my-component/component.js
import Ember from "ember";

export default Ember.Component.extend({
  modalService: Ember.inject.service('modal')
});
/// app/services/modal.js
import Ember from "ember";

export default Ember.Service.extend(Ember.Evented, {
  actions: {
    open() {
      this.trigger('didOpen');
    }
  }
});
/// app/components/my-modal/component.js
import Ember from "ember";

export default Ember.Component.extend({
  modalService: Ember.inject.service('modal'),
  init() {
    this._super.apply(this, arguments);
    this._onOpen = () => {
      // do something to display popup
    };
    this.get('modalService').on('didOpen', this_onOpen);
  },
  destroy() {
    this.get('modalService').off('didOpen', this._onOpen);
    this._super.apply(this, arguments);
  }
});

In this example, the my-modal component just reflects the UI state of the modalService. The action open can be called from any component that has the service available.

It is off topic for this RFC, but I believe there are at least two follow-up RFCs that would help make this pattern easier:

  • Managing the event subscription to didOpen manually is error prone. @igorT and I were just talking about making Ember.on('modalService.didOpen', () => {}) work, which would remove the need for manual setup and teardown.
  • <button {{action (action 'open' target=modalService)}}> screams for a better way to attach a closure action to a click event. We've toyed with <button on-click={{action 'open' target-modalService}}> but have not yet reconciled that with components.
  • Oh yeah, maybe all services should be evented. I'm starting to use that mixin a ton.
  • There is un-RFC'd discussion of making outlet.foo a way to access the routable component of a given component. This provides the "skip to the top" functionality you want without a concept of global bubbling. You would just make the target of the action outlet.

Still improvements to go, but I'm feeling much better about the patterns we can create with these new actions and with the direction our conversations are going.

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@mgenev it mitigates the challenge you pointed out in the Summary, although how it fixes that problem is very different than the solutions suggested in that discussion.

What used to be:

{{! app/index/template.hbs }}
{{my-component openModal="openModal"}}
{{! app/components/my-component/template.hbs }}
<button {{action 'popSomething'}}>
/// app/components/my-component/component.js
import Ember from "ember";

export default Ember.Component.extend({
  actions: {
    popSomething() {
      this.sendAction('openModal');
    }
  }
});

Is now simply:

{{! app/index/template.hbs }}
{{my-component openModal=(action "openModal")}}
{{! app/components/my-component/template.hbs }}
<button {{action openModal}}>

However I'm not sure this addresses your desire to have "openModal" be an action on the route reachable from any arbitrary point in the component hierarchy. Closure actions read the function off this.actions and call it- they do not use send at all and thus will never bubble.

For the specific case you laid out, I would strongly suggest using a service:

{{! app/components/my-component/template.hbs }}
<button {{action (action 'open' target=modalService)}}>
/// app/components/my-component/component.js
import Ember from "ember";

export default Ember.Component.extend({
  modalService: Ember.inject.service('modal')
});
/// app/services/modal.js
import Ember from "ember";

export default Ember.Service.extend(Ember.Evented, {
  actions: {
    open() {
      this.trigger('didOpen');
    }
  }
});
/// app/components/my-modal/component.js
import Ember from "ember";

export default Ember.Component.extend({
  modalService: Ember.inject.service('modal'),
  init() {
    this._super.apply(this, arguments);
    this._onOpen = () => {
      // do something to display popup
    };
    this.get('modalService').on('didOpen', this_onOpen);
  },
  destroy() {
    this.get('modalService').off('didOpen', this._onOpen);
    this._super.apply(this, arguments);
  }
});

In this example, the my-modal component just reflects the UI state of the modalService. The action open can be called from any component that has the service available.

It is off topic for this RFC, but I believe there are at least two follow-up RFCs that would help make this pattern easier:

  • Managing the event subscription to didOpen manually is error prone. @igorT and I were just talking about making Ember.on('modalService.didOpen', () => {}) work, which would remove the need for manual setup and teardown.
  • <button {{action (action 'open' target=modalService)}}> screams for a better way to attach a closure action to a click event. We've toyed with <button on-click={{action 'open' target-modalService}}> but have not yet reconciled that with components.
  • Oh yeah, maybe all services should be evented. I'm starting to use that mixin a ton.
  • There is un-RFC'd discussion of making outlet.foo a way to access the routable component of a given component. This provides the "skip to the top" functionality you want without a concept of global bubbling. You would just make the target of the action outlet.

Still improvements to go, but I'm feeling much better about the patterns we can create with these new actions and with the direction our conversations are going.

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@mixonic thank you for the great detailed explanation and examples. Being able to omit the redundant sending of the intermediate action is indeed a big improvement.
Regarding services, in the case of a modal, I can see how it makes a lot of sense to have a modal service.

What about other instances though in which I'm simply nesting components 4-5-6 levels deep in a route, which I do find myself doing now in the "everything's a component" architecture. Am I to create a service for every route then? This strikes me as a hassle. I'd rather have some kind of global proxy service or a pub-sub pattern which allows me to take actions to the top in every case...

Perhaps the future RFC's you mention would make this pattern easier indeed, I'd be happy to see future thoughts there.

mgenev commented May 11, 2015

@mixonic thank you for the great detailed explanation and examples. Being able to omit the redundant sending of the intermediate action is indeed a big improvement.
Regarding services, in the case of a modal, I can see how it makes a lot of sense to have a modal service.

What about other instances though in which I'm simply nesting components 4-5-6 levels deep in a route, which I do find myself doing now in the "everything's a component" architecture. Am I to create a service for every route then? This strikes me as a hassle. I'd rather have some kind of global proxy service or a pub-sub pattern which allows me to take actions to the top in every case...

Perhaps the future RFC's you mention would make this pattern easier indeed, I'd be happy to see future thoughts there.

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@mgenev I find that most cases where I need access to the "top" level scope (by that we usually mean the controller today, in the future the routable component) can be handled by using yield:

{{! app/index/template.hbs }}
{{my-component}}
{{! app/components/my-component/template.hbs }}
{{my-other-component passedVal=fromComponent}}
{{! app/components/my-component/template.hbs }}
<button {{action omgHowDoIGetToController}}></button>

Composing these component with yield keeps access to the parent scope easier:

{{! app/index/template.hbs }}
{{#my-component as |val|}}
  {{#my-other-component passedVal=val}}
    <button {{action omgHowDoIGetToController}}></button>
  {{/my-other-component}}
{{/my-component}}
{{! app/components/my-component/template.hbs }}
{{yield fromComponent}}
{{! app/components/my-component/template.hbs }}
{{yield}}

But I definitely acknowledge this isn't always viable. I think the outlet. API is the best bet for accessing "top level" things when components are deeply nested. It is always going be a bit awkward, because the ask is a tough one. A deeply nested component being aware of the ambient state for the whole application violates the goal of having components be scoped, isolated things that are portable.

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@mgenev I find that most cases where I need access to the "top" level scope (by that we usually mean the controller today, in the future the routable component) can be handled by using yield:

{{! app/index/template.hbs }}
{{my-component}}
{{! app/components/my-component/template.hbs }}
{{my-other-component passedVal=fromComponent}}
{{! app/components/my-component/template.hbs }}
<button {{action omgHowDoIGetToController}}></button>

Composing these component with yield keeps access to the parent scope easier:

{{! app/index/template.hbs }}
{{#my-component as |val|}}
  {{#my-other-component passedVal=val}}
    <button {{action omgHowDoIGetToController}}></button>
  {{/my-other-component}}
{{/my-component}}
{{! app/components/my-component/template.hbs }}
{{yield fromComponent}}
{{! app/components/my-component/template.hbs }}
{{yield}}

But I definitely acknowledge this isn't always viable. I think the outlet. API is the best bet for accessing "top level" things when components are deeply nested. It is always going be a bit awkward, because the ask is a tough one. A deeply nested component being aware of the ambient state for the whole application violates the goal of having components be scoped, isolated things that are portable.

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Merge pull request #50 from emberjs/action
Add improved actions RFC

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@mixonic thanks, I'll explore the pattern with the block component and yielding, @runspired was also telling me that as a solution in the slack.

For reference, here's how Aurelia solves these issues very simply:
http://aurelia.io/docs.html#event-modes
http://aurelia.io/docs.html#eventing

mgenev commented May 11, 2015

@mixonic thanks, I'll explore the pattern with the block component and yielding, @runspired was also telling me that as a solution in the slack.

For reference, here's how Aurelia solves these issues very simply:
http://aurelia.io/docs.html#event-modes
http://aurelia.io/docs.html#eventing

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I have tried to implement modal dialogue using service pattern as you mentioned in your post, but i am not able to achieve the same ,it would be great help if you please share the working code in JSBIN

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rabhat commented Jun 15, 2015

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I have tried to implement modal dialogue using service pattern as you mentioned in your post, but i am not able to achieve the same ,it would be great help if you please share the working code in JSBIN

Thanks

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