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Since touch and extjs are two different but similar libraries, I'm guessing that this couldn't be done by toggling the stylesheets.
So I was wondering, how do people handle this situation?
i'm guessing server side browser detection and delivery of the appropriate libraries? Or is there a better way of doing this?
I posted a function to detect if a mobile browser device was connected or not.
I have gone a little bit further and also checking the viewable size but it's not listed in this function and classified my "screens" by device/browser connected and viewable size. The Sencha Touch screens can auto adjust better then a tablet with Windows 7 on it. Of course this will get better as we get browsers able to tell if it's in landscape or portrait modes using Ext JS. Some of the Sencha Touch which handles this might be in Ext JS 4.0 not sure yet will just have to wait and see.
But for a quick test in Ext JS if the viewable height is bigger then the width then your in portrait otherwise landscape.