@AaronSterling and @rapropos, I especially wanted to get your take on this, as I’ve seen and been involved in discussions in the past with both of you about this topic at some point. But, any feedback is welcome of course. If I recall correctly, both of you (definitely Aaron), have said that you consider using AngularFire List’s and Observables paired async in the HTML template is less desirable than populating fields with hand-crafted actions. I’m wondering a few things.
- Is this accurate?? If not, I guess 2 and 3 are moot points.
- Is this specific to Ionic or an overarching opinion?
- If not specific to Ionic and you don’t consider this an Ionic-related topic, I understand if you choose not to follow up. But, if you do follow up, why do you feel this way? I ask because I was asked the same question. I use my own actions to achieve async type results without using async in my HTML. But, when asked, all I could say was " A couple of guys on the Ionic Forum that I consider really good sources of input said so".
I hope the two of you, or 1 of the 2 of you, don’t consider it rude that I reached out to you individually. I simply value your opinions.
Any differing opinions, knowledge, etc from the community?