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    Hi everyone so I am a newbie at sencha, I know C++, and I have follow a couple of video tutorials, where you tap on a list and it goes to the next page or whatever the event is programmed for. I usually program on visual studio where as you type you can see what classes or events are available, anyways I don't know if this feature is available, also where can I get the reference to code this events?

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    The API docs have some tutorials and Sencha Touch comes with some examples. Also http://try.sencha.com has a lot of examples. Sencha Architect 2 may make it easier to build an app quickly and so you can play around with things to learn.
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