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  1. with yui-adapter on Linux x64 Swiftfox 2.0.0.9 (Linux only firefox flavour)


    var file_fld=new Ext.form.TextField({
    fieldLabel:'some_label',
    name:'some_name',
    inputType:'file',...
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    Haven't seen any of them, but I intend to, when I have more time. I find javascript to be a rather interesting language and I'm always open for new tricks (especially optimization).
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    Not just the guide, as far as I have read and used their code, it is simply perfect - it is fast, readable, well documented, easily extensible, strong support for OOP...the list goes on. I almost...
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    Very nice tutorial. I would suggest making a new thread for explanation of the singleton.

    When it comes to the ExtJS code in general, then it is very neatly written. For example using an extra...
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    Wow, thanks mate. Didn't hear from you couple of days, thought you were dead or something...apparently...you have been busy coding the upgrade instead...anyway your Ext.ux.Select was the only reason...
  6. Validating and escaping input on the server side is a good practice. Combine it with the design where you have only one gateway for all the data sent by the client and you will have a very secure and...
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    I decided to change the underlying data format to an array instead. It should be faster this way - no need to convert a string to array and back each time you change a value.
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    This is what I'm using:


    Ext.apply
    (
    Ext.ux.form,
    {
    tplRenderCheckbox: new Ext.Template('<div class="renderCheckbox"><img class="imgRenderCheckbox"...
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    I had an issue with using it in an EditorGrid. The store value type is integer instead of a string.


    removeValue:function(v){
    v = v+''; //typecasting to string
    var value =...
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