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    Default Syntax or grammar.

    How to use classes in Sencha Touch 2
    Dependencies and Dynamic Loading

    "... we depend on Animal being present to be able to define Animal. ..."
    Should be:
    "... we depend on Animal being present to be able to define Human. ..."

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    How to use classes in Sencha Touch 2
    Dependencies and Dynamic Loading


    " ... See part 2 of the Getting Started guide for details on how to use the JSBuilder..."
    Don't know where to find this.
    A link would be more useful.

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    Default Need to specify first letter either upper or lower case in CamelCase.

    How to use classes in Sencha Touch 2
    Naming Conventions



    >>The top-level namespaces and the actual class names should be in CamelCased, everything else should be all lower-cased. For example:

    MyCompany.form.action.AutoLoad <<For Camel Case, Wiki states that "... first letter either upper or lower case...".
    From the examples I can figure out that:
    - a class name uses upper case for the first letter;
    - a variable name uses lower case for the first letter.

    That information should be stated in the text.
    Also the beginning text above; remove either the "in" or the "d".

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    Default Questionable link

    How to use classes in Sencha Touch 2
    1.2) The New Way

    "... get in the habit of always using Ext.create since it allows you to take advantage of dynamic loading. For more info on dynamic loading see the Getting Started guide..."

    There is no info on dynamic loading on the linked page "Getting Started guide" but there is some in this article.

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    Default Missing descriptions

    In the Panel component documentation I noticed that there is no description for the elements:
    left
    right
    flex

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    Default Ambiguous or wrong

    The documentation below talks about creating a Text field but a panel creation is shown.

    Using Components in Sencha Touch 2
    Instantiating ComponentsComponents are created the same way as all other classes in Sencha Touch - using Ext.create. Here's how we can create a Text field:

    var panel =Ext.create('Ext.Panel',{ html:'This is my panel'});

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    there is a reference to 'fullscren' instead of 'fullscreen'

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    There is no documentation on

    Ext.Viewport

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    Default Need more info

    Using Components in Sencha Touch 2
    Showing and Hiding Components

    It explains showing and hiding the main panel.
    At this point, I have 2 questions:
    1- how do you do it for the child panel?
    2- will hiding a child panel affect the layout i.e flex ?

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    Default Where is the list of Events and their descriptions?

    I was looking up the "Listeners" config element and was not able to find a list of events in the documentation.
    I guess that there are events generated by js, DOM and Sencha Touch.
    If you don't produce a list is it possible to provide links those who do?

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