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The YAG context object¶
Whenever YAG is used on a page (whether as content-element or in standalone mode), there are many dependencies to be resolved and a lot of environment to be set up. To make it easier for a developer to handle all this stuff, we implemented what we call a context . A context is a container giving you a nice way to set and get information gathered within a lifecycle of YAG. This might be configuration as well as currently set parameters. To get an impression of what is stored within the context container, here is a little diagram again:
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