4 Sep 2012 11:42 AM #1
Unanswered: How to implement the ASP.NET code from the documentation?
I'm reading a JSONP file. In the documentation (http://docs.sencha.com/touch/2-0/#!/...ta.proxy.JsonP) under the section "Implementing on the server side", there's an ASP.NET listing.
I'm not familiar with ASP.NET as to how to place this code section into what file and whether I need any header/tag/etc and if so what?
Eg, I can implement the PHP code just fine, by creating a *.php file and place the code section within a <?php ... ?> tag.
How can I do the same with the ASP.NET code listing? What tags, etc do I need? What file extension, aspx?
5 Sep 2012 10:19 AM #2
32 views and nobody knows?
The fun part is, I've asked our .NET programmers and they don't know it. I've also asked the same question on a .NET forum yesterday and I'm not getting a response there either. So apparently nobody knows how to use this in a .NET environment.
Why is this function not in the documentation in a complete form so it would be possible to just copy/paste to make it usable?
6 Sep 2012 4:12 AM #3
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This sounds like an ASP question, not a Sencha Touch question.Mitchell Simoens @LikelyMitch
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6 Sep 2012 9:46 AM #4
I totally agree. But since it is written by Sencha in the Sencha Touch docs, I wish at least they would've written it to be usable.