Answered: Radar graph and models
Which is the best way to populate the data in a Radar Graph ?, I would like to update a Radar Graph everytime I click in an item.
Should be simple as there is many examples, but using Sencha Architect I find problems.
I can put the information (data) in the Model, say:
Computer has many features.
Should I create two stores ? one for Computer and one for Feature ? or I can put all the data nested into the Computer model ?
If I try the former, Sencha Architect complains with the message "Radar Graph has no store defined". And the application does not work.
But I cannot put that information into a store because it would be populated from the Computer module (that has many features) and this information is in the JSON from the Computer store.
It is a simple question, but the main problem is that I cannot make something similar to the examples from Sencha Architect now, otherwise I could play with it.
Posted by scottmartin
Does this example help?
You could use store.loadData() to populate the chart store each time you select an item.
But it is the way it works ? call load and then sync() ?
If I use loadData it works, when passing a harcoded array, If this is the way to do it is ok for me, but I am not 100% sure if the best way is that or I should create an association and then using the related models get the data for the chart.
I guess I have to use it like you say.
Thanks for the reply
Originally Posted by scottmartin