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    NICE TO HAVE: Sub-Folders for Views and Stores


    G'day Sencha,

    Is it possible to have the ability to create sub-folders under Views and Stores to help organise large projects with various profiles? The examples have this in the folder structures - but cannot replicate in Designer.

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    You can currently organize your classes this way by prepending a package name to the userClassName.

    The underlying code will be generated in an appropriate folder, etc. We have not implemented a feature to see them in packages in the Inspector yet. This feature may come in the future.

    Thanks for the feedback
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    It's the organisation of the components in designer that I am after - not that concerned with how the generated app folders look like. A true design and generation (CASE) tool should divorce you from having to rely upon looking at the generated code.

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    I agree.
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    Would love to see that too in a future release! ++

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    +1 on this, Really, Really want to see this in a future release (As soon as possible) I'm not even that concerned with packaging; some form of arbitrary foldering system would do for now.

    We are having quite allot of trouble with the sheer volume of views we have, a mechanism to hide/expand groups in the Project inspector would save us allot of time.

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    I'd like to see this also. This particular issue is one of the reasons we just use Sencha Architect as a layout tool early on in the development process. At some point, we have to abandon the architect, and switch to other IDEs to finish/maintain the code.

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    This is a serious problem with medium to large projects.

    Apart from folding, a search in the project explorer is needed.

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    SA Team,

    Many ppl have already asked to have search function / sub folder in Project inspector since Designer 1.x.