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From Brian>
Subject Re: Changes to iOS PluginResult sending
Date Thu, 04 Oct 2012 21:18:20 GMT
nice! looks great andrew

On Thu, Oct 4, 2012 at 10:48 PM, Andrew Grieve <> wrote:
> TLDR: Added a new method for plugins to use to send plugin results to JS.
> I've done some work to try and optimize the exec() bridge on iOS:
> The main goal of the change: whenever stringByEvaluatingJavascriptString is
> used to call a JS callback, poll for exec() messages using the return value.
> The two ways plugins sent results in before my change:
> Before my change, plugins would send results using either:
>     [self success:pluginResult callbackId:callbackId]
> or (more commonly)
>     [self writeJavascript:[pluginResult toSuccessCallback:callbackId]]
> Both of these returned a string, which means I had to create a new method
> that could take advantage of the optimization.
> So, the new fancy:
> [self.commandDelegate sendPluginResult:pluginResult callbackId:callbackId];
> And for custom JS callbacks:
> [self.commandDelegate evalJs:js]; // has a void return value.
> sendPluginResult: and evalJs:js have the extra bonus that they are
> thread-safe and they work around cases where an alert() in the JS callback
> would result in dead-lock.
> I've left both of the old signatures so as to not break third-party
> plugins, but did go and update all of the core plugins. I'd like to
> deprecate them. I'll go ahead and do that tomorrow probably.
> I plan on updating the plugin guide to use this new method.

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