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    Default Where is documentation for 2.2 beta1?

    Is there any place where I can find docs specific to beta1?

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    normally there is a docs folder in the sdk you download. I guess it will be same for V2.2b1...

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    There won't be local docs anymore, just the online docs. This is so we can fix bugs and push updates without waiting on a new product release. You can use jsduck to generate docs if you need it also.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchellsimoens View Post
    There won't be local docs anymore, just the online docs. This is so we can fix bugs and push updates without waiting on a new product release. You can use jsduck to generate docs if you need it also.
    makes sense - good to know! Is there something in place already for V2.2?

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    Problem is-there's no online version, as I can understand, only short release notes that refer to changes in docs, which does not exists.

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    http://docs-devel.sencha.com/touch/2-2/#

    I'll update the announcement as well.

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    Thanks,for quick fix.

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    Default touch 2.2 beta 1 docs version mis-match

    Hello all. I'm new to Sencha, but not new to creating & using platforms.

    I realize this is Beta, but can you put in bold font on the release notes something about the fact index.html in the /docs folder of the 2.2 Beta 1 ZIP package points to 2.1 online documentation.
    Futhermore, can you also put a warning in the new online 2.2 docs -- warn new users that they will see 2.1 everywhere by that you actually mean 2.2. This will avoid mass confusion about deprecated functionality vs. new functionality etc....

    PS: You made a very good call going with online docs -- the documentation for Sencha Touch is a strange enigma I must admit (even though I am a fan). It's massive and helpful 90% of the time, but all that work seems to fade into the background due to the first impressions new customers get of (a) version inconsistencies all over the place and (b) inability to have full and complete hyperlink coverage from API parameters to their proper definitions (w/ examples) (i.e. in many cases the parm is of type Object ....and the docs dutifully link the user to the the description of what a JavaScript Object is... )

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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchellsimoens View Post
    There won't be local docs anymore, just the online docs. This is so we can fix bugs and push updates without waiting on a new product release. You can use jsduck to generate docs if you need it also.
    I fully disagree with this approach and I hope that you consider providing offline docs in the future.

    Offline docs has been available since yui-ext and has been something that a lot of folks including myself have enjoyed using!

    If i'm 30,000ft in the air, am i SOL because I can't view documentation? If i work in a secure facility with no internet access, am i SOL?

    Suggesting that someone use JSDuck to produce offline documentation is really a bad solution and a way to push away customers.

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