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  1. Perfect. Thank you.
  2. I've got a prototype of a combo box where I'm trying to set the store data at runtime.

    When I try to do this, the menu under the combobox doesn't render (or it renders so small you can't actually...
  3. Oof that was a long title.

    In my current project I have a grid that holds a set of workshop records. For each of these workshops there is a set of rates that apply specifically to the given...
  4. Ah, of course. That makes complete sense. Thanks for that follow up!
  5. Awesome, thanks Joel!

    There are a couple of bugs to work out, but it's on my code's side. The custom proxy worked like a charm.

    Quick followup question: where do you think I should put this...
  6. I'm trying to override my store's rest proxy's `buildUrl` method so that I can create a slightly more complex request per an example I found on stackoverflow:

  7. I'm sure there's something I'm missing here and I just can't see what it is.

    I have demo project I'm building in extjs 6. In it I have a grid of inventory items.

  8. So I dug into the ext debug file where the load method fires, specifically into the recordCreator method which is where my particular error was being fired:

    load: function(options) {
  9. So I'm running into an issue again.

    I'm refactoring my code so that I can load a model record from the main global controller from a route:

    Ext.define('Registration.controller.Main', {...
  10. Ah cool. Thanks for pointing that key out.

    I have a couple of other listeners that I'm adding to so I wrote out my listeners like this:

    afterlayout: {
  11. Ah, thanks. That got me up and running.

    var view = this.getView();
    var eventId = view.getEventId();
    var record = new Registration.model.SessionDetails({id: eventId});...
  12. I've got a model with a rest proxy defined:

    Ext.define('Registration.model.SessionDetails', {
    extend: '',
    fields: [
    { name: 'id', mapping: 'recid'},
  13. I've got a container class that I would like to apply a mask to while the store that drives the components is loaded:

  14. Hey Joel,

    Sorry for the late reply. I refactored the code and fixed the loading. I don't remember exactly what fixed it (I'm working against a fast approaching deadline), but it's working now!
  15. Nice. That tightens stuff up quite a bit. I'll add that into the refactor. Thanks!
  16. Woof. One of those refactors should be taking the data out of the new data keys out of the viewmodel and moving them to properties of the viewcontroller.

    Aside from the selected date and the...
  17. Here's the refactor if anyone is interested:


    I'm sure there is more that can be refactored to streamline this code (and I'll do some of it), but this at least gets the functionality I'm...
  18. Nevermind nevemind.

    I submitted this thread, walked away, came back, sat down, and thought about how I would answer this question and it hit me: I'm trying to accomplish something with viewmodel...
  19. I'm building a simple calendar into my application and I'm running into a hurdle that I'm not sure the best way of getting over.

    Here's a general prototype of the part I'm stuck on:


  20. Are there instructions anywhere on how to add Calendar Pro into an Extjs 6 project?

    I've been reviewing the example provided by the 6 sdk and it isn't clear (to me at least) how I would...
  21. I'm having a really odd problem when I use `Ext.create()` to make a new window.

    I have a method in my viewcontroller that creates a new window and triggers the loading of data via the linkTo...
  22. I have a method on my controller that fires when a grid in my app is itemclicked.

    When the grid row is clicked, I create a new instance of a details window widget, grab it's viewmodel, and...
  23. It's declared on line 36.

  24. Ah, ok that makes sense.

    That's what I get for rushing through the documentation. After you pointed that out I went back through the page and saw that what you explained was definitely explained...
  25. *facepalm*

    When I read the comments in the package.json file, I saw it's example of "extend": "parent-theme-package" and assumed that the "parent-theme-package" part was a value that caused sencha...
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