19 Apr 2012 4:18 PM #1
Device Profiles for Sencha Touch 2 application developed in Architect2
I'm developing a Sencha Touch 2 application in Sencha Architect 2 (as per title).
I don't see where I can define the device profiles within Architect. I may be missing something but I would have expected to see a profiles property off the main application. I know you can change the view of what you're developing but I don't see any built in support for defining profiles that you're project can take advantage of.
From the Native iOS Packaging site (http://docs.sencha.com/touch/2-0/#!/...tive_packaging) I see where you can specify orientations in the packaging config files, but you have to edit the file manually to include which profiles you want to use. In the 'deploy' options there is no way to configure it. In fact, Architect2 will overwrite the simulator.json file when you do a deploy.
Anyone run into this? How did you proceed?
Any thoughts on best practices when it comes to device profiles?
Any plans by the Sencha development team that includes device profiles management within Architect2?
20 Apr 2012 12:53 AM #2
I'm also very curious about this. Can not seem to find any clear way to work with device profiles in Architect 2. I guess I'll need to create different projects for each profile, merge them when I'm satisfied with the results and then continue coding in a normal text based tool? Would be great if this were to be addressed in a future release. All in all, very nice product though!
31 May 2012 10:46 PM #3
Was this question ever answered? I too am looking for a way to do device profile in Sencha Architect 2.
The docs describe how to do it in Sencha Touch 2, but not sure how to do it in Architect 2?
4 Sep 2013 12:50 PM #4
I am looking to do a Touch application and cannot find any information on using Profiles in Architect. Is this possible?
26 Sep 2013 9:47 AM #5
Device Profiles for Sencha Touch2
Hi All... any word on this topic... I too am looking for this answer
26 Sep 2013 9:50 AM #6
I believe there was a presentation on this at SenchaCon 2013. I'd check for the video of the presentation on vimeo. Sorry, I don't have the link as I'm on a mobile right now.
26 Sep 2013 9:54 AM #7
Thank you for your fast response.. I will look for it... Have an amazing day!
26 Sep 2013 10:00 AM #8
Btw, the name of the presentation is :
Curing Multi-Device Disorder with Profiles and Platform Detection
BRUNO TAVARES • Friday, July 19th, 2013, 9:30am-10:20am • Northern Hemisphere A1/A2
26 Sep 2013 10:01 AM #9
26 Sep 2013 12:44 PM #10