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    Hi guys, i'm experimenting with sencha touch and the Sencha Designer 2.0.0 beta,
    i'd like to use dataView with "useComponents" and define my components to be rendered into the data view, just like described by the following article: http://www.sencha.com/blog/dive-into...ouch-2-beta-2/ . But i cannot figure out how this can be done inside the Designer, or if this is supported.
    Thaks in advance to all.

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    There is no visual enhancements that we do to help you along with useComponents. You can write additional source code via an override just as shown in the article.
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    @anconran thanks for your response.
    So i'd like to ask if it's possible to write a custom class (a component extending Ext.dataview.component.DataItem) and than import this into the designer and use it to configure the DataView; otherwise i can't figure out how to write additional source code in my project and then continue to work it with the designer.
    Thaks in advance.

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    Write these additional classes in a separate folder (maybe named lib?) and then include them via additional script tags.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aconran View Post
    Write these additional classes in a separate folder (maybe named lib?) and then include them via additional script tags.
    Thats the way I do in my projects.

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