Hi,

Is there a way to get the current View in a Controller *without* setting a reference for it?

Code:
Ext.define('myapp.controller.ListingController', {
  extend: 'myapp.CommonController',
  
  config: {
    
    views: ['ListingView'],
    
    refs: {
      main: 'ListingView',
    },


    }
  },


  launch: function() {
    var bar = this.getMain().up('navigationview').getNavigationBar();
    bar.hide();
  },
    
    
});

In my example I have a View wrapped by a NavigationView. I want to hide the titlebar in the NavigationView. This code works fine.

However if I want to use it elsewhere, I need to add a new ref, and change it accordingly, since getMain() is the important part here. That kind of defeats the purpose of DRY principles.

What I'd *like* to do is to be able to create a generic hideTitleBar() function to CommonController (which just extends Ext.app.Controller), so I could just put:

Code:
  launch: function() {
     this.hideTitleBar();
  },
Is there something I'm missing?

Thanks!