13 Aug 2010 2:41 AM #1
i need that very often - a panel / dataview with overflow and carousel-effect. The same is integrated in tabPanel for the tabs. I don't need the complete ExtCore carousel with the auto stuff, only 2 buttons left/right.
As ExtJS is very widget orientated i wonder that this functionality isn't built in.
What is the best way to achieve this, is there something ready for usage? Should i extract the logic from tabPanel? Should i rewrite the ExtCore Carousel?
Any tip is appreciated.
14 Aug 2010 11:47 PM #2
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use could use an animated 'card layout'... haven't got time to write a demo, but it should be super easy.Lead Trainer / Sencha Specialist
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15 Aug 2010 8:55 AM #3
hm - card layout is normally used to show only one item (as tabpanel or wizard)
I also need the buttons back/forward for navigation. It smells like a plugin, but havn't seen such.
17 Aug 2010 10:03 AM #4
Sounds to me like you want a DataView that has a custom Paging plugin.... Use a DataView with a store using paging and then as you click on individual left/right arrows load the next set of data.Aaron Conran
17 Aug 2010 11:22 PM #5
Thanks friend... It helped me !
18 Aug 2010 12:10 AM #6
Aaron - that is an idea. In my case i have about 5 visible elements out of ~100, for my taste that would lead to too much requests.
I started writing a plugin using exact the methods of TabPanel, also support mouse wheel for scrolling.
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