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  1. Yes it's async. Performance is in some cases better than standalone Ajax calls because Ext.Direct uses a bundling technology to group multiple Ajax calls that happen in quick succession into a...
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    Usually you'll use flex in one of two ways -

    1. You have a few components that have a fixed size, and then you have one that needs to use up whatever space is left. In this case, the fixed size...
  3. I think the author has moved the code several times over the last few years as development has gone on so all of those are probably different versions of the same thing. There is a huge thread on it...
  4. If I was you, I'd go with Ext.Direct.Mvc for this. It lets you avoid all of the security/configuration hassles of dealing with WCF. Basically with Ext.Direct, you'll have an ASP.NET MVC app instead...
  5. The other tools/frameworks you've mentioned tend to focus on lightweight JS development. ExtJS is a big framework designed for building rich client apps in the browser. I've built multiple large...
  6. I think you guys are being unfair. In a framework this size, there will always be bugs. They can't give you 24hour turnaround on anything you report. In fairness to Sencha, have you even looked at...
  7. Can fix with an override -


    Ext.override(Ext.ux.TreePicker,
    {
    selectItem : function(record)
    {
    var me = this;
    ...
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    The key is that there is not a 1:1 relationship between views and controllers. What I do is have one controller per area of functionality. For example if I have functionality that lets you manage...
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    You can also just call getController() in your controller to get a reference to the other controller you want to talk to, and then call the methods on it directly.
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    We started developing on Ext with 4.0 and my experience is pretty much exactly the opposite. I feel like Ext's MVC architecture lets me know exactly where code belongs. If you have a bunch of logic...
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    Under ExtJS 4.1.1 GA, Ext.getVersion().version returns "4.1.0" - Shouldn't it be returning 4.1.1?
  12. It appears that the fixed height area (box 3) is actually still there, and is 20px high like it should be. The issue is that when minHeight alters the resulting height for an item, the flexes for...
  13. REQUIRED INFORMATION

    Ext version tested:

    Ext 4.1
    Browser versions tested against:

    Chrome 19
    IE8
    FF12
  14. REQUIRED INFORMATION

    Ext version tested:

    Ext 4.1.0
    Browser versions tested against:

    IE8
    DOCTYPE tested against:
  15. I'm still having this problem under 4.0.7...
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