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  1. I have a toolbar that I'm adding to my pages as follows:


    var pageTray = new Ext.Toolbar({

    renderTo: Ext.getBody(),
    width: "50%",
    items: [
    {
    xtype: "tbtext",
  2. I have a server side framework that I'd like to use to "initialize" some ext-js based components I've created. I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions as to how I might go about doing this as...
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    How or where exactly would I put this code?

    Also, bear in mind the example I gave you was for a FormPanel as an example. I want to add an HTTP accept-header to a TreePanel's async request.
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    myForm.getForm().load({
    method: "GET",
    url: "MyURL",
    success : function() {
    pageEditor.el.unmask();
    },
    // Specify...
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    Hmm. I'm a bit confused.

    Other components allow me to specify headers as an object. Is there any way I can do this without extending the class? Maybe just by decorating it or overriding some...
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    Is there any way to specify headers (specifically, the accept header) with a treepanel?

    I do not wish to override the headers used globally with EXT, just the ones specifically for an instance of...
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    Well, I'm developing a suite of tools and would prefer not to have to include them all... I may be able to manage this from my framework, but was simply interested in seeing if I could have a list...
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    Does ext/sencha offer a tool similar to Mootools' assets? I'd like to be able to include resources only when they are needed, but not load them twice if they are already loaded...
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    Have any books been published covering the latest 3.0 versions of Sencha?

    I'm interested in getting to know all the best practices and figuring out the dos and don'ts, but reading a book might...
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