2 Replies Latest reply on Aug 20, 2012 12:27 PM by Steve Zhang

    Does it mean that the callback  has to be  the controller method?

      I spent a long time trying to fix an callback related issue, finally it turns out that I have to put callback method in the controller.

      Does it mean that all the callback in rhodes has to be an controller method? Like Timer, AsynHttp, Barcode, etc?

       

      I understand it is reasonable, but it is really inconvenient.  I wonder if there is a workaround which give us a workaround that we can use callback in any ruby object.