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  1. You also have an error with your template



    var itemTemplate = new Ext.XTemplate({
    tpl: new Ext.XTemplate(
    '<tpl for=".">',
    '{name}',
    '</tpl>' ...
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    I guess one way you could get around it is by using software such as http://www.netlimiter.com/ to specify how much bandwidth your iOS simulator can consume. Seems as this approach could work?
    ...
  3. In this case I think your best approach is to create a proxy on your own server, have it get the page you want, scrap the data and just send the data over to your application as opposed to loading...
  4. {xtype: 'spacer', width: 10} will force spacer to specific width.
    However as noted above this would probably be better handled via app specific css (left/right margin) as spacer will create another...
  5. Ext.Ajax.request({


    url : 'someurl.php',
    params : {name: 'value'},


    success : function(response, opts) {
    console.log('success');
    ...
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    Craig,

    You can't use ajax to read the feed from different domain due to crossdomain policy. There are few ways however to get this going.

    1. Implement simple proxy on your server that will...
  7. Depending on what you're trying to accomplish you could use an iframe



    html : '<iframe src="http://www.sencha.com" width="450" height="100"></iframe>'




    appsandcheese.com
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    I believe there's no way that you can modify simulator's settings at all. :(
  9. cls is a property to which you can assign your class

    For example


    cls : 'my-class'


    then in your application specific style sheet you can do
  10. Greetings... another n00b here :)

    I'm having issue setting activeItem inside the carousel component. My app has two panels (home, page).
    Home panel just contains list, page panel is carousel...
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