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  1. I don't have any experience with Sencha Touch, but there are three classes in Ext JS that handle the bulk of text/DOM insertion:


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    In the API docs you can view the class tree by package or by inheritance. If you're looking for something specific (like everything that extends Ext.Component), that would be the easiest way.
  3. Not necessarily. I found the server-side JsonP examples in the Ext JS 3.2.1 ScriptTagProxy docs. It's probably just outdated code.

    In almost all cases, "application/json" should be used when...
  4. I don't personally use MVC, but I believe this is where you would use Application refs and selectors. Basically if you know that the component you're looking for will always be the same, you can use...
  5. Naive solution. Include this before ext-all.css.

    <style type="text/css">
    body * {
    cursor: pointer !important;
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    Pretty much. Even though the method itself isn't required, it was retained for backwards compatibility. Don't bother using it in any new code.
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    Ext.picker.Date doesn't have a trigger. It's just the calendar view for selecting a date.

    If you're asking about Ext.form.field.Date, then have you looked at triggerCls?
  8. It appears that Ext JS 4.2.1 GPL is available for download.
  9. You should have looked harder.

    Sencha employees have been actively responding to this thread and the many others like it. What usually ends up happening, however, is that the discussion stops...
  10. Your first problem is trying to set the inputType on the field component itself. This does not work. The inputType config is only used to construct the field; it does not truly persist once the field...
  11. The docs for Array.prototype.reduce specifically state: NOTE: This method is part of the ECMAScript 5 standard.

    I can see how one could assume that the presence of native object documentation...
  12. I think you're looking for the dateFormat config. As you've probably realized, the "type" config is the type of the filter, not the type of the field.

    If that doesn't work, you may need to extend...
  13. For what it's worth, you should consider testing issues on a stable browser version before reporting them. The latest stable release of Chrome is 30.0.1599.69.
  14. You can use anything you want as a back-end. There's nothing about how Ext JS handles REST that makes it easier/harder to use certain back-end technologies. Feel free to use PHP if it's easier for...
  15. You can get the grid header via "view.headerCt". Given the header container, you could either use "getHeaderAtIndex(colIdx)" or "getVisibleGridColumns()[colIdx]" to get your column instance.
  16. My team has been using 4.1 and it works pretty well. It lacks the grid performance updates from 4.2 and some of the other niceties, but overall it's fairly stable. Depending on how you use Ext JS you...
  17. The "onClassExtended" method is private. On the right side of the "Config | Properties | Methods | Events" toolbar is a "Show" button. Clicking on it opens a menu for selecting which members you want...
  18. To elaborate, you can't reference the Model class using "this" because the Model class doesn't exist yet.

    To create a type, you would do something like this. = {
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    Possibly cleaner version. Not sure if Sencha has a coding standard for negative conditions in if-else statements, but I try to avoid them.

    Also, modifying a named argument then passing the...
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    There's no direct 4.0->4.2 guide, but I recommend reading both the Upgrade 4.0 to 4.1 and Upgrade 4.1 to 4.2 guides.

    When you begin the upgrade process, make sure you are using the ext-all-dev.js...
  22. The basic idea of the V8 issue link posted above is that Chrome uses a hybrid sorting implementation that uses Insertion Sort for arrays length <= 10, and Quicksort for anything larger. It just so...
  23. It's really not that advanced. I'll walk you through it.

    First, drop the code I provided above into whatever file you're working on. Replace the "App" namespace with whatever namespace you're...
  24. I've had great success using a MixedCollection.

    Ext.define('App.RecordCollection', {
    extend: 'Ext.util.MixedCollection',

    allowFunctions: false,

    // Prevents changing...
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    If you're using the default directory structure, you're not pointing to the correct location.

    <script src="/ext-4.2.1/ext-all.js"></script>
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