The wires can be hooked and triggered from the script part of your component. This also comes very handy when you are writing tests.
Trigger a wire imperatively #
You can also trigger the wire in the constructor, in this case the wire will be queued until the flow is parsed and ready.
Add a wire hook #
To hook on a wire use
this._FBPAddWireHook("--wirename"). This comes very handy at testing, or if you have to manipulate some
data, because the component doesnt send it like an other component needs it.
The most at-events of the furo base components will fit the fn-methods of the corresponding components. It is like playing domino.