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  1. I like the idea of a base class with multiple subclasses. This is an idea that I'll probably have use for. However, for the situation at hand, it has some problems. I'm actually dealing with a...
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    I start with a basic model which doesn't do much more that define fields and handles reading the json file containing the data. It includes a field called "title".

    I have a viewModel that pulls...
  3. The problem here is that I want to replace a property of a property. If I just wanted to change "docked" for instance, I could just pass the new parameter when I called Ext.create. But here I'm...
  4. This should be easy - or impossible. I'm defining a view that extends a panel. The definition includes, (simplified for illustration),


    ...
    tbar:[{
    xtype: 'toolbar',
    dock: 'top',
    ...
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    I prefer a more obvious break between the buttons and the content below. It's not a big deal and I'll just learn to live with it or see if there is a theme that handles it differently.

    The most...
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    Okay, what happened to tbbutton as a possible item for a toolbar? I used it for an application I wrote back with version 3 but now it wouldn't take it and I can't find any reference to it in the api...
  7. Talk about dumb mistakes. I copied the blog files into blogpost and simply updated them, but in the definition of blogpost I didn't reset the values for controller: and viewModel:. I didn't notice it...
  8. I'm trying to build an learning application (hence no real content) but run into the following problem. I get an error message that says,

    C2008: Requirement had no matching files...
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    I haven't tried anything since I seem to be dead on arrival. If was doing this without ExtJS I would define an post object that would in turn contain an array of other post objects for the replies. I...
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    I'm wondering if there is a way to create a multi-level, multi-threaded data structure using associations. Think discussions rather than blogs. I have multiple discussion topics, each of which can...
  11. We're making some real progress here. My mistake was thinking that the id parameter was being used by the load function to filter the json file while instead it was intended to be used by the server...
  12. I’m still trying to work through the “Up and running” example. Hopefully once I have a handle on this example I'll also have a handle on ExtJS 's internal paradigm.

    This is the code in question.
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  13. Thank you for your response. The more I thought about it the more helpful it became. However, it still left me with questions. Hopefully once I have a handle on this example I'll also have a handle...
  14. I'm trying to get a handle on using the MVC paradigm with ExtJS (which isn't easy for those of us who originally learning programming with Fortran II). I've been working with the "Getting up and...
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    Ever have one of those days. I looked at the Post.json file that you were using - the only part of the example not shown in documentation - and sure enough there was a difference. The file that...
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    I've still got example code that does not appear to work which doesn't give me a lot of confidence in the product. I could try to use my solution, which is to ignore what the documentation says...
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    Along the same lines, the example has the lines,


    // Loads User with ID 1 and related posts and comments
    // using User's Proxy
    MyApp.model.User.load(1, {...

    I've tried changing the first...
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    I'm using the exact same code. It's just a cut and paste.

    What I can't be sure of is that the json strings being passed look the same. I'm just using a file containing the json from the example....
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    It works in fiddle but not in an actually application situation.
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    It's with what you sent me. I did a cut and paste to put it in app2.js and altered my index.html to invoke that version. BTW, I'm now running the latest GPL version of EXTjs. I'm running this on...
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    My console shows me this,

    User: Philip J. Fry

    Post:



    It also gives me the following definition for the post object,
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    I'm afraid not. Same result that I got. At line 52, post has a title property but it's empty. It also has a posts property that contains an array of the post values.
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    Still more progress. If I take the suggested code,



    // Loads User with ID 1 and related posts and comments
    // using User's Proxy
    MyApp.model.User.load(1, {
    callback:...
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    I'm making some progress. It appears that the example, in the section "Loading Nested Data" has the second property as "User" when it should be "Posts".

    My problem now is that post.each passes to...
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    I'm trying to learn EXTjs 5.0 using the material in the up and running documentation. (http://www.sencha.com/products/extjs/up-and-running/concepts-data-package). However in the data package section,...
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