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    Default Rendering delay

    Hi everyone,
    I'm working on an application that has some forms and the forms have many fields. as far as fields i don't use the usual method
    Code:
    items :[
      {
          prop1 : etc,
         prop2 : etc,
        ....
      }
    ]
    but i've created a namespace for my application with some functions that create the fields
    eg.
    Code:
    myApp.formshelpers = {
         createNameField : function(options){
          return Ext.create('Ext.form.field.Text',{
             prop1 : options.prop1,
             pro2 : options.prop2,
             ......
          })
       },
       createSearchField : function(options){
           return Ext.create('Ext.form.field.Text',{
                   ......
           });
      }
    };
    and i call these functions whenever i want in my items : [] array of each form.
    I do that to keep the code clean and organized. so as i'm not that experienced i wanted to ask if that method causes any delay on the rendering of the form. do i have to use the classic method that creates the items rightaway or this method doesn't cause any delay?
    Thank you!

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    It's valid to do that, the only issues I see is a very very small perf hit when executing another function and could hinder configurability. Both things won't mean too much really.
    Mitchell Simoens @LikelyMitch
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