In my application, I am using actions to do all of my ajax calls. When the results come back, it dispatches them to the reducer, which then puts it in the store. My component is bound to the property and will then be able to get it from the store.
However, I am having an issue trying to figure out the best way to do form submissions. From a listing page, a user can click on a link from any row to open a modal. This modal has a form in it. When the form is filled out, it will then pass the data along to an action, which will submit it. The only response from a valid submission is a HTTP 200.
Without using callbacks, how would the modal know that the ajax call is complete, so it can close itself? As of now, I have a flag in the store called form.processing. This is default to false, and the action will set it to true when it begins and false when its done. The component watches this and then knows when it goes from true to false and knows everything is done. However, I feel like there should be a better way.
Or should I be using callback in forms, even though we don't follow that process for any other ajax call?