3 Nov 2011 6:36 AM #1
Using ext-all.js instead ext.js gives error
I built my application and everything loads fine if I use ext.js as ExtJS library. ext.js obiviously loads the necessary classes on the fly. Instead of doing this, I want to use ext-all.js to avoid loading, want to load once and cache.
However, I get an error:
panel is undefined store = panel.store;
I'm using ExtJS 4.0.7
3 Nov 2011 8:48 AM #2
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What class fires this error? Also, doesn't the SDK tools build a single JS file that has your app and ext js stuff combined?Mitchell Simoens @LikelyMitch
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3 Nov 2011 9:12 AM #3
I think it fires on grid panel class. Sencha build tools doesn't combine your app and extjs, it just consolidates your app into single file and you still need to use ext library, AFAIK.