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  1. Hey,

    I'm sure this is something simple that I'm just overlooking. I can't figure out why overriding a method is killing my new reader component. If I override like this, it fails to load any data:...
  2. Hi Mitchell,

    I can't seem to override the method succesfully. It never runs.

    Here's my code.

  3. Hello all,

    I'm trying to integrate the yahoo weather api into my application. Unfortunately, the json isn't in a form where I can easily plug it into a store/model and have it just work.
  4. Thanks for the reply. Is there no way to massage the data prior to ingest? It seems like this would be something that would commonly need to be done.
  5. Hello,

    I'm trying to read a json feed from yahoo weather. Seems like a pretty simple response, but I can't figure out the approach I should use to bring the data into my model. I was thinking...
  6. Got it. Thanks for clarifying. I will just do my logic in the view using itemtap.

  7. Hello,

    I am trying to reference an itemcls by its selector name within my controller, but any event I attach to it fails to fire. Here's my code:

    Creating the items like this in my view:

  8. Answering my own question. To reference the map within the controller, I can do this:

    'eventmap' : {

    show : function(mapcontent) {
    var map = mapcontent.down('map');...
  9. Hey, the view is dynamically created by another component, so there isn't an easy way to give it a reference. I can reference it within my controller using the alias name. Is there an easy way to...
  10. Answering my own last question. Here's how to call the super:

    Ext.define('app.view.Map', {
    id : 'mymap',
    extend : 'Ext.Container',
    alias : 'widget.eventmap',
    initialize : function ()...
  11. Thanks, that makes sense.

    Initialize does work if I override it, how would I call the super?
  12. I'm sure this is just something simple. This view gets loaded, but initComponent never gets fired.

    Ext.define('app.view.Map', {
    initComponent : function() {
  13. Hey Mitchell,

    Thanks for the reply. I've been able to instantiate it by just putting it in as an item in the container. This loads the map, but I can't figure out how to reference the map itself....
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    Hey, the issue we're seeing is on older versions of Android (2.x, and 3.x). When the component loads, the list is sitting on top of everything, and selecting any of the items doesn't do anything.
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    Hello, I just wanted to see if anyone has an update on the Android status for this? Thanks.
  16. Hi, hoping someone can help me. I need to add a map to a container, and then later add markers to the map. When I try it like the code below, the map is never added to the container. If I change...
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