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    Default multiple developers on the same project

    multiple developers on the same project


    Hi,

    is there a god way to work with multiple developers at the same time on one Architect project?
    Is it possible to work with the same .xds file or to merge two xds files together?

    Thanks

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    Default I've been wondering the same thing....

    I've been wondering the same thing....


    Would really like to know if this is possible too.

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    We are working on a guide on this very subject that will be available in the documentation soon. As soon as it's ready I'll announce it in the forum.
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    Thanks very much

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    will that document cover working with developers who are not using architect? The UX team is using architect to rapid prototype a touch based mobile app, but most of the development team will be using an extrernal IDE (Aptana or Visual Studio) while developing the model and controller portions that will connect with the server.The issue so far has been how to merge in their code as they do not have meta data, and architect wants to wipe out their code when it saves the project.

    Thanks

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    It looks like you're trying to edit stuff that A2 claims for itself. Where it says "Do not hand edit this code", we mean it.

    I'll make a note to address this in the guide.
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    Luca,

    Thank you for responding. The we are asking, is on the Architect product page it states

    "Sencha Architect features a built-in code editor so you can write your JavaScript directly in the tool. However, if you already have a favorite IDE, not a problem. There are no file dependencies. Architect produces regular JavaScript files that you can edit with your choice of IDEs.Use Architect alongside your favorite IDE:"
    so any best practices and tutorials to do this would be very helpful even if its create an override and go off and code.

    Thanks for your help on this

    Jeff

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    I wanted to check in on the status of this document. Has this been posted?

    Thanks

    Jeff

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    It's being reviewed as I write, it will be a few more days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaliLuke View Post
    It's being reviewed as I write, it will be a few more days.
    We've been evaluating Architect & for the short term this would be the number one issue preventing me from recommending it to the team, so any improvements/help in using Architect in a team environment would be greatly appreciated.

    Paul