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    Default Answered: Where to place Asynchronous/Networking calls.

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    Hi!

    In the context of my app, I need to make some networking calls which are asynchronous and they return with a callback. My idea would be to show a loading dialog while the data is being transffered (I need the data to populate the UI). Currently I am making the asynchronous call on the onInitialize method of the particular view, but I am not sure if this is the right listener for that. Any ideas about that? Is there any specific pattern which I should follow?

    Thanks as always for your help!

  2. Anything in initialize or after will have the element available for you to mask then whenever the async call returns then unmask.

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    Anything in initialize or after will have the element available for you to mask then whenever the async call returns then unmask.
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