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Request.Queue: onEnd event should be fired after all onSuccess events
Reported by kmike | March 24th, 2011 @ 08:44 PM
I was trying to collect data in Request.JSON onSuccess events
and process it in Request.Queue onEnd event.
But it is not possible because onEnd is fired before the onSuccess for the last request. So there is no way to access all fetched data in onEnd handler and this makes onEnd pretty much useless for anything besides load indicators and notifications.