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Thanks for the report! I have opened a bug in our bug tracker.
We may attempt a 64 bit build at some point in the future.
Odd that you're hitting an error, I've got 64bit everything on my Windows 8.1 box and it runs fine. What's the error?
Upper-right corner of website has a search box.
25 Jun 2015 10:26 AM
I would try opening up the debugging tools for Electron - maybe you're hitting a network or JS error:
25 Jun 2015 10:04 AM
So if you add the following overrides (directly from the post I linked) above the Ext.application() call in your Fiddle:
25 Jun 2015 8:17 AM
So we'll need to do a bit of debugging around this... Electron is literally the latest version of Chrome (43, assuming you're running the latest version of Electron) so it's possible you have simply...
You've never actually build a CMS, have you? :D (Sarcasm, not trying to pick a fight. I've built a CMS before, and I never ever want to do it again. It's about a million times harder than it...
Not everyone who works at Sencha is a developer. Marketing and Sales should not need to open a file ever, or use FTP etc, just to update website copy.
jQuery references may come...
Just the same naming. Sencha has nothing to do with Bootstrap the framework.
According to Wikipedia:
Wikipedia has a longer explanation of the relation to software development as well, but...
Sencha has recently created a variety of resources that help to address those questions:
23 Apr 2015 9:15 AM
Link is fixed, sorry about that. As you point out, the website migration had a few quirks ~o)
21 Apr 2015 12:51 PM
Ok, please check from your home network and see if it works.
Alternatively you might try using the "-debug" flag:
sencha -debug app refresh -packages
21 Apr 2015 7:35 AM
So to be clear, here is what I've just done.
I downloaded/installed the latest beta version of Cmd (220.127.116.11, part of the early access stuff).
I ran the following command to generate a test...
21 Apr 2015 6:42 AM
Did you follow the directions from this blog post to add the package from our Cmd repo?
Specifically, this part:
Yes, we've upgraded our entire website to a new backend, so posting comments to blog posts should (now) work!
Awesome, we tried really hard to exceed expectations at the event and I'm thrilled we were able to do so!
Don't take the fact the JetBrains plugin will be ready before Architect supports Ext...
Glad you got it working, disturb me anytime!
I put together a Fiddle for you: https://fiddle.sencha.com/#fiddle/l0l
First of all, you need to use an XTemplate -- not just a regular template. This allows you to loop over the items in the...
8 Apr 2015 1:04 PM
I have asked one of the engineers who worked on the plugin to respond when he has time later today. Thanks for testing it!
I'm glad you enjoyed the "good" parts of the meetup last night. I was responsible on Sencha's side for helping to organize the meetup (obviously with the help of the organizers from The San...
Can you post the code you're using, or create a Sencha Fiddle? That will allow me to help you more accurately.
Correct, the "itemTpl" config will replicate that template once per item in the store as "itemTpl" is essentially the template for each item. Apparently you don't want that :-)
Let's back up for a...
I would encourage you to delay calling that flipbook.init() method until you can be sure all of the dataview items have rendered. Check the API docs to see if there's an event on DataView which fits...
Off the top of my head, I'd say the problem is that you're calling flipbook.init() (inside the XTemplate member function) before your dataview items (the images) have loaded.
Our current website is running on Expression Engine, which has a lot of issues (please don't get me started). We're in the process of trying to replace it.
FWIW even I have trouble logging into it...
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