[Sencha Cmd] Add Defaultfirstname.lastname@example.org to Sencha Touch app template (for iPhone 5)
Ext version tested:
- Sencha Cmd v22.214.171.1248
- Sencha Touch v2.1.0
Steps to reproduce the problem:
- After creating a new Sencha Touch app with 'sencha generate app', folder resources/loading contains default "Sencha-style" PNG images for the startup screens of native iOS apps, both for iPhone and iPad -- it now has all the necessary versions of those except the Defaultemail@example.com file required for iPhone 5-ready native iOS apps.
The result that was expected:
- Create a new Sencha Touch app with 'sencha generate app'
- Build the app with 'sencha app build native'
- Load the app on iPhone 5 and start the app
The result that occurs instead:
- Even with the default Sencha resources the app is able to start using the full screen resolution on iPhone 5 (i.e. 640x1136)
- The application starts fine, but in the "iPhone 4(S)"-resolution (i.e. 640x960)
- Manually create a 640x1136 PNG file, name it Defaultfirstname.lastname@example.org and copy it to the Sencha Cmd installation (sub)folder, at the following (sub-)path: ./Cmd/126.96.36.1998/plugins/touch/current/templates/App/resources/loading
- You may use the attached PNG file for this purpose (if Sencha guys don't mind this quickly added unofficial version created from their other default PNG files)
still can't get this to work
OK, I've looked at some of these posts, and tried to follow them. I put a "640x1096.png" file in resources/startup. I've also put a "Defaultemail@example.com", which is 640x1136 -- I wonder why the difference in height between the two files.
In any case, I still don't see a full-screen in the simulator. Still showing me iPhone 4 sized screens.
The frustrating thing is that the iPhone 5 has been out for about 7 months. I shouldn't have to do these kinds of things at all. It should just work. And yes, I'm running the very latest tools, Sencha Cmd v188.8.131.528 to be exact. So, I'm really disappointed with this.
Don't get me wrong, I do like the toolset in general. There's some really good stuff here. But I need to support iPhone 5, and can't really use this product until it is properly supported, without me having to do weird stuff like this.