29 Oct 2012 11:40 AM #1
Sencha CMD 126.96.36.199 - No such property: 'create'
I'm looking at the 2.1.0-rc2 documentation (http://localhost/sencha-touch-2.1.0-...de/command_app)
Under Guides > Writing Applications > Using Sencha Cmd with Sencha Touch. The guide makes references to the command "sencha app create" under the heading "Create a New Application".
I keep getting the following error: "No such property: 'create'".
Sencha command seems to be installed correctly. Listing "sencha" at the command prompt does not show any property "create" either. I assume the docs are not up-to-date.
Sencha Cmd 188.8.131.52
Windows 7 x64
29 Oct 2012 1:11 PM #2
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That is for the old Sencha Command. The new command for Sencha Cmd is:
sencha generate app MyAppName /path/to/MyAppNameMitchell Simoens @SenchaMitch
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29 Oct 2012 1:30 PM #3
In which case the old sencha command is listed in the new doc.
26 Nov 2012 1:11 PM #4
The doc needs to be updated. Bad experience for first timer.
Touch 2.1 Docs>Writing Applications>Using Sencha Cmd for Sencha Touch>Creating a New Application.
31 Jan 2013 9:40 AM #5
Please update documentation
Absolutely agree. It's cumbersome having to look for the right code months after the upgrade took place.
8 Feb 2013 4:20 PM #6
I agree, please update the documentation.
I am completely new to Sencha, never looked at it until today, and it has been a frustrating day. What is the point in having a 'getting started with Ext jS4' if you cannot follow the example step by step.
20 Feb 2013 9:34 AM #7
The old "sencha app create" command is still not updated at http://www.sencha.com/learn/getting-...encha-touch-2/. Also, all of the screen shots are missing. Not the best experience for somebody evaluating the Sencha Touch platform ...