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    I'm very new to Sencha and Architect. I can't, for the life of me, work out how to make my list of data (fed from jsonp) scroll across to show a detail page of more of the json content. I've done this when coding an app (followed example like city bars) but I don't know how in Architect.

    I'm sure this is REALLY easy but just don't know enough to make it happen. I’m looking for training courses, and any resources I can to further my knowledge. Thanks in advance.

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    I'd suggest completing the same Citybars app in Architect as a first pass.
    http://docs.sencha.com/architect/2/#...rst_mobile_app
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    Thanks for the response. I'll definitely go through that tutorial too. It looks a lot like the other tutorial that didn't use Architect, in that I'll be typing in much of the code. Is this typically how Architect is used? I was trying to approach the problem by creating a itemTap event and putting some code in there to pass the chosen line item to a Panel I'd added to the project, in this way creating all of the views visually (drag and drop, etc) and only going into code in the event to set up processing.

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    Yes, in general the only time you should be writing code is for your event processing and controllers. Here's another useful doc:
    http://docs.sencha.com/architect/2/#.../interactivity
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