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  1. Hi there all,

    I have created a component as a package and want to upload it to the sencha market. I never uploaded a package before, not even put a repository on github. And I want it to do it the...
  2. Thanks for your clear explanation! It took me some time to figure it all out, but now it seems to fall all into place. Maybe you can explain some more about what you said?


    What is the best way...
  3. Maybe I will. But isn't downing the same as a whitespace in a selector? Up = ^, for example: 'toolbar ^ panel'..

    And yes, hardly conclusive :-?
  4. I wrote a little test and the results are complicated. The first run the most specific selector is 30% faster, the runs after that the 'single selector' is faster. Most likely this would mean the the...
  5. Hi there,

    We are building a large portal and each performance boost is welcome. We are now at the point of refactoring our controllers and I have a question about 'best practice' for selectors and...
  6. Sorry that I reply on this old thread, but I found your answer a bit strange because your own documentation say something different. If you use several models in one store you should place the proxy...
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    I saw you saying (in some other thread) that you have to control the layout through the layout manager, and that overnesting is not a good thing. I didn't understand what you were saying, I guess i...
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    It seems that I solved my problem, but created a new one. Where I first had problems with a dynamic height and my width was fully resizable, I know have the grid fully resizable in height but does it...
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    Hi there,

    I'm new to extjs and trying out building a viewport layout. Everything goes well, except for one thing. In my center-region a have a toolbar and a panel containing a grid. When i give...
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    Great job! Many thanks for that. Just the push in the back I needed, since i'm new to mvc .net and extjs. Will study on it! :D
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