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That's a good point. I'm still learning too, and I never got a clear answer as to why I would use a handler over a listener. I do like to separate the actual code implementations from the config...
To keep the MVC pattern nice and solid, I would set up listeners on each of the views you are referencing in the controller.
The listeners would listen to the specifics ("#someElement click"),...
8 Nov 2013 3:15 PM
I have a non-standard server to communicate with. I need to make all of my service calls using the PUT action, and sending the service information via XML.
I've gotten to a pretty close point, I...
So I might get slapped by the hardcore MVC guys, but I basically had a layout that looks like this:
NavView -- Has a NavController
|- Container1 -- Has a ConController1
|- Container2 -- Has...
6 Nov 2013 8:00 PM
Marked it as an answer since it was very through.
I've decided to use the config as much as possible, preventing unneeded coding inside functions (and possible overrides of initialize or load). It...
I realize I'm digging up an old question, but the "each" function is giving me some trouble with accessing a "Ext.Object.classify.objectClass":
I've tuned down the issue even closer. If I enable the Overrides, and do not enable the User Agent override, it will break.
When I enable the User Override (overriding to iOS4, but not sure it...
31 Oct 2013 7:09 PM
I've discovered the issue, and it's most likely related to the browser itself (Chrome and Safari).
Everything works fine when I don't have the debugger open! I also noticed something a bit strange...
31 Oct 2013 5:27 PM
Mac OS version:
It's the strangest issue. It also isn't working on Safari on the same mac. I hit the page using the IP address just to make sure it's...
31 Oct 2013 12:37 PM
Same version of Chrome on both PC and Mac:
Here is the app.js
31 Oct 2013 11:29 AM
According to the documentation:
Note: It is bad practice to specify a listener's config when you are defining a class using Ext.define(). Instead, only specify listeners when you are instantiating...
21 Oct 2013 10:29 AM
I'm using an external JS resource for my proxy.
I've recently noticed an error flying in my console when hitting the page:
I was wondering where this was coming from, and I assumed...
Yes, this is exactly what I'm talking about. The "i" emblem isn't being used by Sencha currently, if you place the disclosure flag on a list item, it looks like the grey ">". While in iOS the grey...
Sorry that these two things kind of merged into one, but it's been answered in the questions portion. The override seems to work fine, so this defect can be marked as "unrepeatable".
It worked! I guess I haven't really grasped what "createAlias" was used for. I think the biggest tripping point for me so far, when I've started learning using just the code, is how the GUI names...
Good call, I didn't see it show up in the Resources. Ok so now Ajax.js is there, I didn't modify it at all (so it should be the same as a standard ajax proxy).
Now how do I tell my store to use...
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I believe if you purchased SA2 within the last year, you get an upgrade to 3 for free. I can't remember where I saw this, perhaps in the blog around SenchaCon.
I understand what you are saying, and from what I can tell I've started down the right path. The problem I run into is that I literally can not set the "type" parameter on my store to anything but...
I need to create a custom AJAX proxy for my server requests. Architect doesn't seem to support this easily if at all:
After clicking the "Create Override for this Class" nothing happens. ...
Working with non-conformant and unchangable servers is what I have to deal with for almost all of my projects. As I'm evaluating the use of Architect 3, I've tried to figure out how to create a...
I'm also looking for a way to modify the generated back button. I would think it would be a common use case to have the title of the previous card be the text inside the generated back button.
I've looked at the differences between Sencha Touch and the native iOS7 experience. I noticed that there was a little discrepancy with list data.
If a list item performs an action, it does not need...
After lots of messing around I found that the Sencha CMD was able to do what I needed:
sencha app refresh
So yes, I was missing a minor step. I honestly don't remember having to do this...
So I started a new project, thinking it was the upgrade. Nope...
I was able to mess around with the .scss file of a fresh new app to change the "default" to "cupertino" and it worked!
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