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  1. Nice

    Nice
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    here is a solution (not "the" solution, but it worked for me)

    I took the definition of getSubList from the codebase and copied it with some modifications. This worked for me to get grouped nested lists.

    getSubList: function (node) {
    ...
  3. I kinda figured it out

    ...maybe. The trick I'm using is this. Hope this helps.

    Problem: Most of the online controller examples for Sencha Touch use an "index" function on a controller class for the view that is...
  4. I've been looking for an answer to this question ALL friggin day..

    I can't figure it out. I tried boot-strapping it by wiring up the show event to an event handler that fires a method (vis Ext.Dispatch) on the controller...so that the controller could manage some...
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