An object that manages the state of active alerts.
Whether or not the app has been booted.
A local cache that can be used to store data at the application level, so that is persists between different routes.
An object which controls the state of the composer.
The page the app is currently on.
This object holds information about the type of page we are currently visiting, and sometimes additional arbitrary page state that may be relevant to lower-level components.
An object which controls the state of the cached discussion list, which is used in the index page and the slideout pane.
An object that manages the state of the navigation drawer.
The forum model for this application.
The app's history stack, which keeps track of which routes the user visits so that they can easily navigate back to the previous route.
An ordered list of initializers to bootstrap the application.
An object that manages modal state.
A map of notification types to their components.
An object which controls the state of the user's notifications.
An object which controls the state of the page's side pane.
A map of post types to their components.
The page the app was on before the current page.
Once the application navigates to another page, the object previously assigned to this.current will be moved to this.previous, while this.current is re-initialized.
A map of routes, keyed by a unique route name. Each route is an object containing the following properties:
pathThe path that the route is accessed at.
componentThe Mithril component to render when this route is active.
An object which stores previously searched queries and provides convenient tools for retrieving and managing search values.
The app's session.
Stores info about the current user.
The app's data store.
The app's translator.
Callback for when an external authenticator (social login) action has completed.
If the payload indicates that the user has been logged in, then the page will be reloaded. Otherwise, a SignUpModal will be opened, prefilled with the provided details.
Determine the current screen mode, based on our media queries.
<title> of the page.
New page title
Set a number to display in the
<title> of the page.
Number to display in title
Check whether or not the user is currently viewing a discussion.
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