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  1. Nope. At some point I was going to look at Sencha...

    Nope. At some point I was going to look at Sencha 2's data layer and see if the support is better.
  2. Ok. Very good. So I end up with a model...

    Ok. Very good. So I end up with a model definition that looks like this:



    Ext.regModel('Stock', {
    fields: [
    {name: 'id', type: 'int'},
    {name: 'symbol', type: 'string'},...
  3. How do I do this without associations. I think...

    How do I do this without associations. I think maybe I'm confused by the "fields" property on the Model. How can I assign a collection to a field? A "field" only seems to support types like 'int',...
  4. Scenario for getting JSON from a REST service into a Store/Model

    So I have a web service that returns a stock fund along with some price history. It's one endpoint; e.g. /Stocks/IBM. Let's say the json looks like this:



    {
    "symbol": "IBM",
    "name":...
  5. Model not mapped correctly to wire when saving to remote resource

    Using Sencha Touch's data classes, I have set up a Model and a Store. I have retrieved a collection into the store from a REST service. Next thing I want to do is sync changes back to the service,...
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    Sencha Touch Data vs. ExtJS Data

    Using Sencha Touch's data classes, I have set up a Model and a Store. I have retrieved a collection into the store from a REST service. Next thing I want to do is sync changes back to the service,...
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