During the process of getting started in SENCHA in the course of following the 'Hello-World' example/tutorial, I was unsuccessful in getting this to happen:
"The <body> element, which we had left plain and empty, has gained interesting id and class attributes. We don't need to worry about what these mean, but they are evidence that the Sencha Touch library has been invoked, and it has prepared the document for us to start placing a user interface into it."
This did not happen, after following the directions carefully.
I am guessing that I have the Sencha library installed incorrectly?
I have it located in a subdirectory called 'hello-world' within the 'site' directory on my local machine which is a G5 powermac running OSX 10.5.8. When I navigate to the directory within chrome to view it, I get the blank white screen, but when i look at the source code of the page i do not see the addition of the 'The <body> element, which we had left plain and empty, has gained interesting id and class attributes'. I went ahead and added the script code to the index file and the page shows the blank screen and the source view shows the code as before. I attempted another test by installing the 'hello-world' directory up to a server located at http://www.gotoits.com/hello-world to see if it was a problem with the apache server running on my local machine and still the same results. I have the Sencha 1 SDK loaded n the 'lib' directory as instructed. I attempted all of this with the sencha 2.0 package, but it does not seem to be accessible from a web browser using the 2.0 download, I would be most interested in installing 2.0 successfully. If anyone has any feedback I would be very grateful.
Anybody have any suggestions for me?