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    Hi,
    I've been searching for an example of a Nested list with data loaded from an XML-file. There are lots of different threads about this question, I tried several of them and none of them work. I Also tried to figure out myself with the sencha docs with no succes.

    Can anyone in the Sencha Touch community which has an correct working example post it for me and for those who have/will have the same issue? I'm using sencha touch 2.0.

    I really appreciate any help!

    Yours,
    Nigel

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    Need to use TreeStore with Ajax proxy and Xml reader
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    Ehm.. How does this answer my question?

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    Hi there,

    I have the same problem. So far Sencha Touch has been a very frustrating experience.
    There is plenty of documentation but in the end it is not useful at all as it doesn't cover enough ground.

    The examples are nice but either too simple (only local data) or too complex (too many controls).

    Could anybody please create an example which more or less does the following:
    - A simple nested list showing a list of first level items
    - Clicking an item will open the detail of that item
    - The data should come from a remote (!) server using REST with JSON or XML

    That's it. I think that would get many people started.

    Thanks a lot.

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    Is there anybody listening?

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