Affects Version/s: Release 4.0.1
Fix Version/s: None
Appcelerator Studio, build: 220.127.116.11505282200
Appc CLI NPM: 4.0.0
Appc CLI Core: 4.0.1
Device: iphone 5 (8.1)
OS: Yosemite (10.10.3)
Details: If you make a valid DELETE REST call, then HTTPClient's onload method is not called.
- This issue is not reproducible on Android
- Even though the onload method is not being called, the DELETE request still goes through
- Other Http REST calls (e.g. POST) are triggering HTTPClient's onload method
Steps to reproduce:
- Create a Titanium and Arrow project from Appc Studio
- In the Titanium project, replace the app.js with the attached app.js
- Next, select the Arrow project and run Local Arrow Server
- In the console, copy the port number after http://127.0.0.1:
- In the Titanium project's app.js, replace URL_PREFIX (line 2) with your machine's ip address and Arrow project's port number e.g. http://172.16.3.129:62756
- In the same app.js file, replace API_KEY (line 8) with your Arrow project's apikey_development; <ARROW_PROJ>/conf/default.js
- Next, install your Titanium project to an iOS device; make sure the device is on the same wifi network as your machine
- Open the app and press 1. Create; wait for CREATED MONKEY LORD alert
- Next, press 2. DELETE
Actual: The onload method is never called i.e. DATA DELETED alert is never triggered in the onload method.
Expected: The onload method should be called if a valid DELETE Http REST called is made.