9 Nov 2011 2:55 AM #1
Hi, does Sencha Touch 2.0 has websockets support? If yes, where can I read something about it? Thank you.
Not out of the box. New features that aren't critical will be added after 2.0 GA release as it is targeted primarily at performance and layouts.
9 Nov 2011 4:37 AM #2
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Not out of the box. New features that aren't critical will be added after 2.0 GA release as it is targeted primarily at performance and layouts.Mitchell Simoens @LikelyMitch
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9 Nov 2011 4:53 AM #3
Thanks, I hope it will be a part of Sencha Touch soon. This is becoming a key communication feature.
9 Nov 2011 8:03 AM #4
Are you talking about a WebSocket data proxy?
You can probably make your own pretty easily.
Or just write regular WebSocket code and have it interact with your ST object references.
9 Nov 2011 11:32 AM #5
Thanks. Could you point me to some info about this or sample code. I don't have any experience in WebSocket.
9 Nov 2011 11:40 AM #6
What is your backend?
9 Nov 2011 1:49 PM #7
It's a Java based software. I think it's Atmosphere and Jersey.
10 Nov 2011 12:49 PM #8
10 Nov 2011 11:32 PM #9
Thank you. However what I need is only the client side (in the browser) of the WebSocket technology. The server side is written in Java already, but I don't think this is so important. What I need is an easy way to use websockets with Sencha, as it is in Dojo Toolkit for example. Thank you.