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    Question Difference between sencha-touch.js and sencha-touch-all.js library files?

    Difference between sencha-touch.js and sencha-touch-all.js library files?


    Hi All,

    What is the difference between sencha-touch.js and sencha-touch-all.js library files?

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    sencha-touch.js has the bare minimum classes in it (no widgets, etc)... sencha-touch-all.js has everything in it.
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    Seams like if we want to do
    Ext.define("AnyCustomClass", {extend: "Ext.data.Model", ...
    or even
    Ext.define("AnyCustomClass", {"Ext.mixin.Observable",, ...
    We need to use the sencha-touch-all.js

    So to create an app, we need at least to extend a model, well it's what I do and this requires sencha-touch-all.js. Well this fix my error message in Safari with missing file data.Model.js and mixin.Observable.js


    Let me know if I'm wrong

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    I do

    Code:
    Ext.define('MyModel', {
        extend : 'Ext.data.Model',
    
        ....
    });
    without any issues with sencha-touch-debug.js . If you don't use one of the all builds, you need to have Ext.Loader enabled so that it can load the files that you need like Ext.data.Model above. sencha-touch-debug.js has this enabled, sencha-touch.js does not as Ext.Loader is not meant for production.
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    I 'm afraid I do not understand. What is the recommended way on production that keeps minimum memory usage? Should we use sencha-touch.js and disable Ext.loader? How should we then load the widgets the application needs?

    thanks a lot