Search Type: Posts; User: israelroldan

Page 1 of 5 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.04 seconds.

  1. This code is not part of the framework, is this part of your code or any other externa dependency? If from an external dependency, you may want to set is a remote and have Sencha Cmd copy the file to...
  2. In this case, the best alternative is to configure your app.js with "update": "full" in app.json, so no delta update mechanism is involved.
  3. I see what you mean, you're right, this is even something we use on the frameworks themselves. Even so, the best approach is to place them in the "overrides" directory of the application and do an...
  4. We don't really have this option right now, but we have a feature request to automatically copy the missing images in a future version: EXTJS-15061.
  5. Can you reproduce this on a standalone application? I just tried it with Sencha Cmd 5.1.2.52 and Ext JS 4.2.0 and cannot reproduce, could there be something else going on on your application?
  6. Replies
    2
    Views
    156
    Sencha Architect's publish command is actually copying the files from your sources to the path you specify. Is typically used to copy your unbuilt project directly to a remote directory (for example,...
  7. Overrides should be included in the "overrides" dir in the app root, and should actually be included automatically (no need to add them to the requires block). Are you experiencing this issue this...
  8. Which Cmd version are you using?


    What are you sending in the zip? All files inside the build output?
    If so, Sencha Touch should be able to handle the update automatically (and trigger your...
  9. This issue is now fixed as part of Sencha Cmd 5.1.3, you can use the nightly build (avialable in the support portal) while the beta/GA is released.
  10. Replies
    2
    Views
    252
    There is no support to "import" or "migrate" an existing app to Sencha Architect, so that's most likely it. The charset issue is now fixed on Sencha Cmd 5.1.3 (available as a nightly build still).
  11. This is an issue with Java on windows, not Sencha Cmd-specific. +1 to what's mentioned by LarssaAndin, and if your %JAVA_HOME% is on %PATH%, things should work fine after removing those files.
  12. In order for this to work, your source html must contain an empty manifest attribute in the root html node:


    <!DOCTYPE HTML>
    <html manifest="">

    Sencha Cmd will then complete it on the build...
  13. Please scratch my previous message, the recommended way would be to make use of the config command.

    The best way is to define a new property inside your app.json file, for example:


    {
    ...
  14. I'm sorry for being redundant, but I just don't see why the following command wouldn't make the trick for you:


    > sencha -sdk ../ext \
    compile -cl app,app.js \
    exclude -na Ext \
    ...
  15. You're absolutely right! I missed the first rule in the troubleshooters notebook: Ask for version numbers. There's no need for a reference to the framework on the build output as the framework's code...
  16. It is just working on IE10+ there's no polifyll for IE9- as the only one that used to exist depended on Google Gears which is now discontinued.
  17. I recall suggesting the usage of the testing build on a previous thread, but you mentioned you didn't want the files to be concatenated and wanted to preserve the original file names and line numbers...
  18. A way to avoid having them copied under "resources" would be to move them out of the resources dir and point the images-path variable to this new directory.

    Regarding the image-dir variable, this...
  19. For regular cases (running some code after the build has been completed) the -after-build target is all you need. In this case, Sencha Cmd doesn't know how to react when you pass arbitrary flags...
  20. You can just remove the cordova directory and the "builds" property of app.json, then run "sencha phonegap init" and it will work just fine.
  21. Just configure the following on your app.json file:


    {
    //...
    "production": {
    "output": {
    "cache": {
    "enable": true
    }
  22. These are among the main optimizations (to change variable names to reduce the file size), together with: removing most this.callParent/callSuper and replace them with the prototypal equivalents,...
  23. You can configure this on app.json, just don't include any of these files in the main "js" block but inside the environment-specific blocks:


    {
    //...
    "js": [{
    "path":...
  24. A quick (but not really recommended) way to achieve this would be to use ant directly in the app root:

    ant build production -Dfirst=true
  25. What are you trying to accomplish? Are you using a custom ant task? Why do you need to add a JAR dependency to a javascript app?
Results 1 to 25 of 117
Page 1 of 5 1 2 3 4