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    Default Unanswered: Feature Request: Project Inspector Folder Organization

    Unanswered: Feature Request: Project Inspector Folder Organization


    I'm not sure if this is the appropriate forum, but I'd really like to see better Project Inspector organization in Architect. Large projects in Architect get very cluttered and I'd personally love to see a folder based layout for views and controllers that have a common name prefix. This is similar to how Sencha Touch works already. If I name a view Dashboard.Settings and Dashboard.Main it will actually put the views in the view folder called, "Dashboard" with Settings.js and Main.js inside.

    Scanning 20+ views gets very difficult in Architect. If there was a way to collapse views into folders, that would be amazing.

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    I agree, after made so many xtype windows and containers for a project i am finishing a folder feature would improve greatly the organization.

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    Thanks for the input, folks. This is a fairly common request, so we're currently looking at implementing something like it for the next major Architect release.
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    Excellent, I'd love to see this implemented too!