17 Sep 2012 6:09 AM #1
SignaturePad plugin for the Sencha Touch 2
Hey guys, I have updated the existing signature pad plugin written for Sencha Touch 1.
You can find the source code here https://github.com/ivanovvitaly/SignaturePadST2 and the code for the sample form bellow as well.
Here is the sample image of what I've got
19 Sep 2012 11:22 AM #2
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You should really optimize your code. You should only have 1 class per file.Mitchell Simoens @SenchaMitch
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27 Sep 2012 7:34 AM #3
Architect 2 - Sencha Touch?
I'm very extied to use this - thanks for making! Any tips on how to get this to work in Sencha Touch in Architect 2?
5 Oct 2012 3:40 AM #4
Hey, I'm not working with Sencha Architect, so I can't help with this
13 Oct 2012 11:05 PM #5
Probably Something Stupid on My Part
Ok...should I have to do anything more to see the sample app from Git than put it in a directory up on a standard LAMP build and hit its index file?
I threw this up on a server, and get this error:
Error: The following classes are not declared even if their files have been loaded: 'Sencha.ux.SignaturePad'. Please check the source code of their corresponding files for possible typos: 'app/plugin/SignaturePad.js
[Break On This Error]
"corresponding files for possible typos: '" + missingPaths.join("', '"));
sencha-touch.js (line 7897)
Can anyone offer me any guidance on what I'm doing wrong?
14 Oct 2012 8:48 PM #6
I was able to get it to run by going to app and modifying the requires statement