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I recently blogged about the introduction of the script dependancies dialog in Version 9 where you can define the scripts that are needed by another. Although it does not solve the asynchronous loading issue for forms, it makes it simpler to add scripts to form since the dependencies will automatically be added for us.
Up until now, there has been a common pattern when adding script to Ribbon Commands where the dependancies were added with a function of 'isNaN'. It didn't have to be isNaN, but that is the most popular 'no operation' function call.
With the introduction of the script dependencies, you only need to include the reference to ClientCommands.js and the ClientCommon.js will be loaded automatically for you first before the command is called.
Awesome – we no longer need the isNaN approach that always felt like a 'hack'.
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