1 Mar 2012 4:30 PM #1
I've been using Controller.application as a property for a while now after having seen it in one of the MVC tutorials on the Learn section of the site. I don't see controller.application as a property in the API docs on Beta 3. Do you know if controller.application will be a public property that will persist in the 4.1 roadmap.
If so, do you know if it will make it into the API docs?
If not, do you know if there will be another accessor method for referring to the controller's owning application?
2 Mar 2012 10:57 AM #2
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That property will remain.Mitchell Simoens @SenchaMitch
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2 Mar 2012 1:58 PM #3
Excellent. Thx. Always makes me nervous to use properties / methods that are undocumented in the API docs. Glad to hear this one's sticking around.