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    Post Extnd docs are now online

    Extnd docs are now online


    You can now find the latest docs here:

    For Ext.nd based on ExtJS 3.x
    http://extnd.github.com/SDK/docs/docs3/#!/api/Ext.nd

    For Extnd based on ExtJS 4.x
    http://extnd.github.com/SDK/docs/docs4/#!/api/Extnd


    ..and yes, as you can guess, Ext.nd is being re-done to work with ExtJS 4.x under the Extnd namespace instead of Ext.nd
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    Default Welcome back !

    Welcome back !


    Hi Jack,

    What a good start for 2013 !
    Happy new year and keep the good work with ext.nd.
    Hot coffee at the finish line !

    Regards.

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    Thanks! I know it's been a long time coming but I guess it's better late than never.
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    Default About extnd view component

    About extnd view component


    Hi Jack,

    I'm following your various commits on Github and I've seen that you've already released the view component for Ext4, but I'm not sure about how to use it as the structure of the code has totally changed (the mvc way :-)
    Can we use the "old" .nsf file for the (extnd/3x/Session.js) agent and (extnd/3x/DXLExporter) and other required stuff ?

    If you could guide me just a little bit to use the view component with Ext4, I would be more than happy and I'm sure I would not be alone in this case, when we see the popularity of THIS post :
    http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthre...JSON-parameter

    7828 HITS !!!

    On top of this, I wonder if you will still keep the DXL exporter agent to feed the ext grids, considering the cpu cost of the agent conversion compared to the built-in readviewentries JSON capabilities (check the post with 7828 hits ...)
    I've tested huge views with native readviewentries JSON and the performance really rocks... but my final grid is lacking so many features that, at the moment, I would prefer rely on your great view component.

    By the way, I'm really happy to see you back.

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    Hi Jack
    Happy New Year

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Wilson View Post
    Can we use the "old" .nsf file for the (extnd/3x/Session.js) agent and (extnd/3x/DXLExporter) and other required stuff ?
    I am also interested in the "new". nsf to whether it is better to start from scratch or migrate from old version;-)

    good day
    Thanks for advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by erenault View Post
    Hi Jack
    Happy New Year


    I am also interested in the "new". nsf to whether it is better to start from scratch or migrate from old version;-)

    good day
    Don't have a new nsf yet but that's in the works. In the meantime you can use the UIView and UIOutline since they both work now with ExtJS 4.1.3 and higher. (well, mostly work. I forgot to tell you guy about the events that would fire for a grid and a tree and in the old code we would fire custom events and even open docs, etc. into containers you specify. That part isn't working yet)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Wilson View Post
    Hi Jack,

    I'm following your various commits on Github and I've seen that you've already released the view component for Ext4, but I'm not sure about how to use it as the structure of the code has totally changed (the mvc way :-)
    Can we use the "old" .nsf file for the (extnd/3x/Session.js) agent and (extnd/3x/DXLExporter) and other required stuff ?
    Yes, currently you can still use the 3x agents. All of this code has been tested and works with them.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Wilson View Post
    If you could guide me just a little bit to use the view component with Ext4, I would be more than happy and I'm sure I would not be alone in this case, when we see the popularity of THIS post :
    http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthre...JSON-parameter

    7828 HITS !!!
    Sorry about that, I'll add some examples to the docs tonight.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Wilson View Post
    On top of this, I wonder if you will still keep the DXL exporter agent to feed the ext grids, considering the cpu cost of the agent conversion compared to the built-in readviewentries JSON capabilities (check the post with 7828 hits ...)
    I've tested huge views with native readviewentries JSON and the performance really rocks... but my final grid is lacking so many features that, at the moment, I would prefer rely on your great view component.
    Well, the DXL exporter compliments the ?ReadDesign call and gives more info about the column design...BUT the plan is to allow the developer to pass in their own column config if they wish and if they do, then the calls to DXLExporter and ?ReadDesign can be skipped.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Wilson View Post

    By the way, I'm really happy to see you back.
    Thanks!
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    Hi All,

    Need the nsf, anybody has it?

    Thanks