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5 Jan 2012, 1:52 PM
I have a page that I had originally written as one js file. I have since migrated it to MVC. Now the page takes forever to populate. Is there something I can do to make the page load quicker? Does anyone know why migrating to the recommended MVC structure would slow things down so much?
5 Jan 2012, 2:10 PM
I'm working with MVC since its beginning, never have had such problems, and all my apps are from medium size/complexity to higher. You can achieve one file for production if you want so much with Sencha SDK tools/builder, also will be minified. I suggest you to read the guide better(http://docs.sencha.com/ext-js/4-0/#/guide/getting_started), probably you are doing sth wrong.
I'm having the same problem (load times of 4 or 5 seconds after moving to the recommended file structure).
I'm trying to follow those instructions (in http://docs.sencha.com/ext-js/4-0/#!/guide/getting_started) to
I'm confused that in the example index-prod.html it has two script tags:
Why is the first one needed if app-all.js includes the elements of ext.js that are needed?
According to the previous paragraph, running the command "sencha build -p app.jsb3 -d ." produces
app-all.js which is "a minimized build of your application plus all of the Ext JS classes required
to run it." Am I misreading this?
I get an error if I set src="ext/ext.js" Namely:
"The page at https://admin.www106.dev1.vcmedia.com/beta/advertiser/campaign_grid ran insecure content from http://admin.dev1.vcmedia.com/corp/errors/404.
GET https://admin.dev1.vcmedia.com/corp/errors/404 "
If I set src="ext/ext-all.js" then the page loads, but it takes 4 or 5 seconds to load.
If I remove the first line, then I get an error message
"Uncaught ReferenceError: Ext is not defined"
So far, loading the whole enchilada and having a very slow load time is the only thing that works ...
6 Jan 2012, 1:22 AM
@lcuff, ext.js is the basic, the core, contains the Ext class and a minimal set of functions+classes(why you don't open it in an editor and look at code !!). ext-debug.js contains the same, just is not minified and is for debugging. From docs:
extjs/resources/css/ext-all.css contains all styling information needed for the whole framework
extjs/ext-debug.js contains a minimal set of Ext JS 4 Core library classes
app.js will contain your application code
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