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4 Oct 2011 5:12 AM #1
4 Oct 2011 10:08 AM #2
Thank you for doing this. I've bookmarked it for future reference as I've been meaning to move toward MVC with Ext. Thanks again.
4 Oct 2011 10:29 AM #3
there are a few good examples in the "learn" section of the sencha site on MVC for a "pandora" site. Unfortunately, they think that they need to keep the complete source code a secret and one has to figure out on basis of small code snippets.
or how a good example can become fairlmy useless
4 Oct 2011 12:27 PM #4
4 Oct 2011 12:33 PM #5
I appreciate the effort, but the code would be easier to review when it was properly indented and formatted.
4 Oct 2011 10:09 PM #6
18 Oct 2011 8:42 AM #7
Guys! added one more example. GitHub Code link in the first post
20 Oct 2011 5:26 PM #8
Simply set up and showed you how to use ExtJS with 4 new MVC architecture in ASP.NETMVC I was just trying to create a project to use these two technologies.
22 Oct 2011 8:27 PM #9
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The pandora examples doesn't work for me on 4.0.6 unfortunately, but didn't have the time to bug fix.Lead Trainer / Sencha Specialist
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5 Nov 2011 12:33 PM #10
It's same for me, the Pandora example doesn't work.
It's not easy to learn how to use ExtJs4 with the bugs in the tutorial