Hi Chris,

Yes it works like you did but on a strict point of view, its better to
notify the component its modelobject changed (and the page is also aware
that a child component model has changed)... So event if it is not much
important yet, it is still better to call #onRemove because it already
handles modelChanging/modelChanged, and this could prevent you from having
unexpected surprises...

Thanks & best regards,

On Sun, Feb 8, 2015 at 8:03 PM, Chris <chris...@gmx.at> wrote:

> Hi Sebastian,
> currently, I am deleting the element that should be removed from the list
> and render the view again.
> I am not calling #onRemove, but the code works, too. Therefore, I wanted
> to ask you if it is better to call #onRemove.
> br, Chris

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