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    This looks great!

    This looks great!
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    I prefer to completely detach the view from RPC,...

    I prefer to completely detach the view from RPC, Loaders, and application logic.

    My Views notify their controller of user activity in two different ways, depending on the type of Widget being...
  3. oh yes +1

    oh yes +1
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    Looks great. Dragging elements between lists will...

    Looks great. Dragging elements between lists will be useful in many of my apps.
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    You should start a new thread for your question....

    You should start a new thread for your question.
    BTW, I run debugger in hosted mode all the time and have no problems with GXT in this regard.
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    I haven't tested the gridstuff yet but I assume...

    I haven't tested the gridstuff yet but I assume that with all the baggage that each table row carries to support various fancy table operations you will most certainly hit the wall after a few...
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    I get the same warning on the Map...

    I get the same warning on the Map<String,String> , but my tables are working fine after the upgrade.
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    ContentPanel.setUrl() ;)

    ContentPanel.setUrl() ;)
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    I think something like this would work: ...

    I think something like this would work:



    Dialog dlg = new Dialog();
    dlg.setButtons(Dialog.YESNO);
    Button yes = dlg.getButtonBar().getButtonById(Dialog.YES);
    yes.addSelectionListener(new...
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    I really like surprises! Looking forward to test...

    I really like surprises! Looking forward to test this when I'm back from holiday in a few weeks... Great job!
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    StoreListeners need PropertyChangeEvents

    I think StoreListeners should be able to determine which property that changed on the model. A controller need this to do necessary RPC calls based on certain property changes, such as...
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    POJOs that fire change events is the easy part of...

    POJOs that fire change events is the easy part of databinding, even more so if you use the standard Java classes for it instead of writing your own ChangeEventSupport, like for example the GWTx...
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    Thanks for taking the time to write up your...

    Thanks for taking the time to write up your thoughts on Ext-GWT architecture, there are many valid points.

    I have a few comments.

    In the context of "generics provide compile time type safety",...
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    Great, thanks! I rewrote the testapp a bit...

    Great, thanks!

    I rewrote the testapp a bit and now it works great.

    There are still some issues that my example app works around.
    First a trivial one. Can you kindly add a new method...
  15. Oops, one should never write code directly in the...

    Oops, one should never write code directly in the wiki-editor... I had this construction in mind


    public List<? extends ModelData> getModel() {
    ...
    }
    which works.
    But...
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    Darrel, I believe that is not correct. The...

    Darrel, I believe that is not correct. The Record.endEdit() operation has no effect on the list of modifed items in Store. It only calls commit(), which triggers the Store.afterCommit() method, and...
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    [CLOSED] Store.commitChanges() bug

    I have a table listener that retrieves a Record for the selected model (TableItem.getModel ), starts an editing operation, and changes a property:


    Record record =...
  18. Component.getModel() should use wildcard return value

    Shouldn't this method on Component


    public ModelData getModel() {
    return model;
    }
    instead be


    public ? extends ModelData getModel() {
  19. using setMonitorChanges(true) on Stores without a loader

    Using Store.setMonitorChanges(true) does not have any effect on models already loaded into the store. Is this correct behavior? It's not really obvious from the JavaDoc.

    If this is correct it...
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    Nice "cleanup" !

    Nice "cleanup" !
  21. [CLOSED] Form blue background depends on setFrame(true)

    I'm not sure this is a bug but unless you call setFrame(true) on a formpanel its background will turn white.
    If this property shall control background style as well as rounded fame corners it...
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    Yes, that is what I meant. I wasn't aware of...

    Yes, that is what I meant.

    I wasn't aware of that the binders use the setData/getData methods until you wrote this :-)
    I don't really care what GXT is doing internally, I just found their usage...
  23. I don't think that code will compile, ListLoader...

    I don't think that code will compile, ListLoader is declared as:

    Interface ListLoader<C extends ListLoadConfig>


    So you can't type the loader using a Model object. I tried this approach as...
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    Yes, as I did mention that in my previous post.....

    Yes, as I did mention that in my previous post..

    Components have two ways to host "data" elements. From GXT Component class source:



    private Object data;
    private HashMap dataMap;
    While...
  25. Fair enough. But the fact that the config object...

    Fair enough. But the fact that the config object is there led me to think I should use it like this :-)

    Looking at the other DataReader implementations none of them actually use the config object,...
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