What exactly is the new (in RP) "strict processing"? RRS feed

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  • I noticed that in RP now we have WinJS.strictProcessing().

    I see the documentation says...

    Turns on strict declarative processing. Strict declarative processing is performed by WinJS.UI.processAll or WinJS.Binding.processAll. When strict processing is turned on, all the functions that are used within a declarative context must be marked with a property supportedForProcessing with a value of true.

    Can someone tell me what the benefit of this is? I can just turn off strictProcessing and then continue to call functions from my declaration, but what am I gaining by turning on strictProcessing and then setting my functions to supportForProcessing = true?

    Wednesday, June 6, 2012 8:58 PM


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