18 Apr 2012 11:32 PM #1
Fed up to work with sencha touch
i am being fed up. i am trying to understand how can i work with sencha touch 2.0.0 . i see two to three tutorials all of the tutorials are different from each other. i am realy disappoint how can i work.?
19 Apr 2012 12:03 AM #2
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19 Apr 2012 2:32 AM #6
I have been working with ST1 for a while now and I love it. having said that I must say there is a point in what this guy is saying.
working with st2 seem harder. there are so many different things to understand in order to get started such as mvc, dynamic loading mechanism. the strange JS caching that fails to load my changes and many other different things, concepts and so on and so forth.
don't get me wrong, I love sencha and appreciate everything it has to offer, I am just saying that as a developer, I find the learning curve for st2 to be way too steep...
19 Apr 2012 3:21 AM #7
19 Apr 2012 4:24 AM #8
I just think that its gonna take some time until there are more docs/tutorials/threads/comments etc to male things better.
even some of the sencha crew ST2 plugins do not follow some of the naming/architecture guidelines. its pretty easy for beginner-mid level developers to get mixed up...
19 Apr 2012 5:04 AM #9
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We are always going to try and create more guides, we want to ease the learning curve. We have many examples to get your feet wet, guides in the API docs and a learn section for sencha touch. Of course you can always ask questions in the Q&A forum and I will usually get to your question quite fast.Mitchell Simoens @SenchaMitch
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19 Apr 2012 7:30 AM #10