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4 Jun 2015 12:43 PM
I looked at the Sencha Touch code, and found that Ext.os.deviceType is calculated in env/OS.js:
if (!osEnv.is.Android && !osEnv.is.iOS && !osEnv.is.WindowsPhone &&...
4 Jun 2015 12:23 PM
3 Jun 2015 2:51 PM
Is there any possibility of getting some attention from Sencha on this?
My suggested fix doesn't work in all cases. For example, I'm using an Android 4.4.2 emulator, in a Cordova app (so it uses...
3 Jun 2015 12:44 PM
I generated a new app using Sencha Touch 2.4.1 and Sencha Cmd 22.214.171.124.
Then I added a tablet-specific CSS file to app.json:
9 Apr 2015 4:34 PM
I need a way to identify a record in a Store, that remains consistent across page reloads, so I can pass it in a URL.
(Assume for the sake of argument that the data loaded into the Store doesn't...
17 Feb 2015 11:27 AM
OK. Would it make sense to add these to testing.defaults.properties and package.defaults.properties?
If I move the Ext.define('A') into its own file, and make X require A instead of A2, it also fixes the build order.
So it seems like something is handled differently when the Ext.define is inside...
Can you guys update the documentation to reflect that? It still talks about the "package" build.
Also, there are still "package" and "testing" properties files in .sencha when it generates an app....
Just did some testing, and I found a clue. In the constructor of X, I also define another class A:
Correct. No warnings in the output of "sencha app build testing". If I pass "-debug", I do see some [WRN] entries, but only for Ext.* classes. And I see some entries like:
[DBG] Detected lazy...
There are a ton of classes in app.js --- is there something more specific I can post? Unfortunately I haven't been able to narrow it down to a simple case.
[ edit -- thought I had fixed it, but I...
I'm using Sencha Cmd 126.96.36.199 and Sencha Touch 2.4.1.
When I do "sencha app build testing", the resulting app.js has certain class files out of order, so that class X is used by class Y, but Y is...
9 Feb 2015 12:10 PM
Sencha Cmd version(s) tested: Sencha Cmd 188.8.131.52
Operating System: Mac OS 10.10
Framework used: Sencha Touch 2.4.1
Description: "sencha app build testing" and...
I'm upgrading from Sencha Cmd 4 to 5, using Sencha Touch 2.4.
In the past, I used "sencha ant -Dbuild.environment=package build" (to prepare the app to be included in a Cordova project).
21 Nov 2014 9:34 AM
Is it possible to use the browser's native scrolling behavior, in certain areas of a ST app?
For example, I have a div with "overflow-x: scroll", and overflowing contents. On a mobile device, you...
Is it possible to make a container scroll horizontally, but have its height defined by its contents, rather than having a specific height, or having its height defined by its container?
29 Oct 2014 4:04 PM
I'm playing around with the solution below. In Ext.viewport.Default, I'm changing it to use window.orientation on Chrome, even if the device is Android.
29 Oct 2014 1:30 PM
Touch version tested:
Touch 2.3.1 and 2.4
Browser versions or Packager version tested against:
Chrome for Android 38.0.2125.114 -- this particular test works correctly on the Android...
Figured it out....it's a little more nesting than I'd like, but it seems to work:
Using ST 2.3, I'd like to create a view that expands to fit its container. But it should be at least a certain height, so that if the container is below that height, it will scroll vertically. And...
You can try my solution to this here.
That's when the store finishes loading, but not when the view has finished rendering (and is ready to scroll).
I want to scroll to a certain item in a DataView, when it loads.
I already have a function that scrolls the DataView to the right place. But I can't figure out when to call it.
I've tried using...
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