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    Default MVC in EXTJS4, folder structure?

    Hi everybody!



    Does anybody know how will the folder structure and extjs4 model-view controller finally be ??



    And, could anybody give me information about it, please ??



    Thanks a million

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    Typically it falls into

    /controller
    /model
    /view

    Above is not ExtJS4 folder structure, just a general folder structure used for any MVC framework.

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    IIRC, one of the conference videos display the structure when it was presented.

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    When you call Ext.regApplication is creates a namespace for your application, and the sub-namespaces:
    application.models
    application.views
    application.controllers
    application.stores

    You can see this in src/Application.js

    I've been laying out my code in the same way, in-line with how you generally layout namespaces in another language on disk (i.e. .NET).

    I have a few applications spread across repos, and seems to work well. The main application entry point sorts the viewport out, with the other application launch methods wiring up Direct providers and stuff as needed.

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    Hi,

    I searched the conference video that shows this structure but can not find it. Please, someone has a link to this video?

    Thanks very much

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    The slides are on slideshare.

    The video is on vimeohttp://vimeo.com/17705448.

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    Default Module-based MVC folder-structure

    Hi,

    Is it possible to create another folder-structure for Extjs4 MVC-application with modules, because if application's controllers count is too large, it will be a headache to write another mvc-component and maintain all my code. In my test-application I cannot create module-structure, because of Ext.Loader. What is the best solution for this?

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