Monday, December 2, 2013

Ember.js views

In the view code (i.e. the code that extends Ember.view) you have to prefix any controller property accesses with 'controller.' - i.e. if you're getting the foo property of the the controller, you have to use @get('') - view properties you can get without any prefix, as one would expect.

This kind of makes sense, although I'd point out that there are many other places where Ember automatically looks to parent elements for data.

What confuses me is that in the template that is used by the view you have to prefix view accesses with 'view.' - controller properties are bound without a prefix though.

Yes, the template is EXACTLY opposite the view code.


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