EngineInstance encapsulates all of the stateful aspects of a running
Ember.EngineInstance and return a promise that resolves with the instance itself when the boot process is complete.
The primary task here is to run any registered instance initializers.
See the documentation on
BootOptions for the options it takes.
buildChildEngineInstance (name, options)
Build a new
Ember.EngineInstance that's a child of this instance.
Engines must be registered by name with their parent engine (or application).
- the registered name of the engine.
- options provided to the engine instance.
Clone dependencies shared between an engine instance and its parent.
setupRegistry (registry, options) private
unregister (fullName) public
Unregister a factory.
RegistryProxy#unregister in order to clear any cached instances of the unregistered factory.
Engine for which this is an instance.
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