1 Mar 2013 3:46 AM #1
Where is documentation for 2.2 beta1?
Is there any place where I can find docs specific to beta1?
1 Mar 2013 4:22 AM #2
normally there is a docs folder in the sdk you download. I guess it will be same for V2.2b1...-->
1 Mar 2013 7:41 AM #3
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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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1 Mar 2013 8:04 AM #4-->
1 Mar 2013 8:41 AM #5
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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4 Mar 2013 10:39 AM #8
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....
4 Mar 2013 11:54 AM #9
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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