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November 2016

— And, then executed here

render: function (pageData) {
return new Promise (function (resolve, reject) {
renderProcedure(resolve, reject, pageData);

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And so... the issue is pretty simple. Lets say I load View A with Data 1234. Then, I load View B, which overwrites all elements in the DOM. If I load View A again with 1234, it will not render.

— Basically I need to figure out a way to tell the view it needs to render, regardless of the diff check result

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— And if you look at the componentUpdate interface, it does indeed have a force argument, so the functionality to make it render is there, just not the mechanism to detect when we need to use it

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— I see, how do you load views? what's your mechanism to do that?

— Load the view objects themselves?

— How do you trigger this

— Here

— > I load View B, which overwrites all elements in the DOM

— Ah, I trigger it via the usual Flux pattern of using stores and events

— That code, you can see constructs the structure of the objects, then if you look here you can see the event listener is set in the factory

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— So if I want to make a new ControllerView paired to the LoginPage store, I do this

controllerViewFactory("LoginPage", [viewFactory(false, procedures.renderLoginPage)])

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