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    Default Decoupling view elements from controllers - Any help?

    Hi guys,

    Reading this nice post about decoupling view elements from controllers, I faced off with the following issue in ExtJS 4.

    In ExtJS we have no this.control(...); method in the views (or container/panel elements). We only can set the control handlers in the controllers.

    Do you know if there's another config setting to handle the control of an element reference without using any other 3rd party fmk?

    Thanks in advance,

    Juan.-

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    You can use the on method or the listeners config to target element events in a view.
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