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This is how I solved the problem. I added another string to the store called 'dist'. Even though the server would never send that information, I created it just to store the information. I then used google API to calculate the distance (there are plenty of examples online. Just make sure you use the latest API). After google returned the distance I added it to the store.Using something like this...
var record= Location.stores.PropertiesRaw.getAt(j);
Then I added a this code to sort the store by distance...
property : 'dist',
The list box will automatically refresh itself to show the list by distance. You can turn off the 'auto load' of the store so you can have greater control of when the list shows the results.
Thanks for the snippet!
I've tried to solve the problem with a quite similar approach, but i didn't get it working.
Sencha is kinda cool but a bit hard to understand... until now i developed my mobile apps with jQuery mobile, which is quite different
And then i've got a function addMarker(data) which is used to get the calculated distance from my current position. The calculation is working and i get the distance from google. But i don't exactly know how to get this working.