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  1. You need to disable caching in the actual Ajax request. See the docs for Ext.Ajax.request.
  2. No idea - check out the docs there, and possibly post in the sencha cmd forum. Is there a reason you're self signing rather than going through a CA? https certs are available really cheap (like...
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    iOS will automatically try to free up memory as needed when an application is in the background, so what you're experiencing isn't unusual. You can try to free up memory on your own (such as...
  4. Hav you white listed the URL for your server?
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    Are you asking about how to lower your apps memory footprint in general (I.e. It crashes when you run it), or about lowering the memory footprint for the backgrounded app?
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    I'm not clear: are you giving them your source code? If so, including you app is not a problem, it would be just like adding any iced from the marketplace.
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    Try uninstalling and reinstalling sencha cmd (make sure the terminal is closed, as the profile only gets reloaded when you open the terminal).

    You can also run the cmd by using the fully qualified...
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    Here are some things you should make sure you're doing.

    1) remove xtype from your store definition.
    2) remove storeId from your store definition. By default the store manager will give your store...
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    Your code isn't working because stores aren't referenced by xtypes. Stores are referenced by the storeId property.
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    Ok, the problem is that you're running the run sencha command (the old one), because the path that was setup points to your old version.

    From a terminal, you will need to open your profile file...
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    And what directory are you in when you run sencha cmd?

    Type pwd at the terminal
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    Dude, your overcomplicating things.

    Download cmd and install. This installs to your bin directory so you can run it.
    Download touch and extract to somewhere. This is the Sdk. No more work...
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    You need to read the document for Sencha cmd. This should get you started.

    Open the terminal and go to the directory where you have sencha touch installed. Run the sencha generate app command.
    ...
  14. Nope, not getting the point. Sencha apps are no less powerful than native apps.

    Your solution is simple, but honestly, if you haven't figured it out yourself by now i doubt you'll be able to code...
  15. That's a great idea, but it won't get you away from needing to deselelect the item, as the CSS is only a visual style, the logic of it being selected is maintained in Touch.

    Either way, if you're...
  16. Nope, but hey maybe someone else is feeling really generous!

    You will need to either create your own way of OAuth or use a javascript library and customize it. This isn't a simple task and you...
  17. Sorry, but didn't you just say that you want to introduce a delay before deselecting?

    You can use Ext.util.DelayedTask too
  18. There a lots of issues with Android depending on the browser and version.

    You can test each version/browser combo and creating branching logic based on the user agent, if you have a fix.

    Or,...
  19. You need to authorize your user via google.

    This link may get you started:
    https://developers.google.com/accounts/docs/OAuth2
  20. The button class has no property called action. Thus your control is looking for a property that doesn't exist and never get's called.

    Change your control to look for the id or some other...
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    While I'm not going to comment on the specific issue you're facing, there is a pretty simple way to solve both your problems.

    Create a container (as your root container) that contains: (1) your...
  22. As Kurt says, if you have control of the the destination server, it's fairly easy to make it Cors compliant.
    If you're making a web only app, you can also create a server side php proxy to bypass...
  23. JSONP inject code into the page as a script, which is how it gets around the CORS issue. Thus JSONP goes not have a POST - it is always a GET.

    There may be a way around it - you GET a URL where...
  24. You can style html text with color and display it in a panel.
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    Very likely. Have you tried your app without the field's modified css?
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