5 Mar 2013 7:50 AM #11
IMHO, this is a step back and a big Fail!
Many people use the offline docs, myself included.
Today, people already go to online docs for most updated version and also to read other user's comments.
What's the harm of having an offline version for downloading? Just update it on the releases. Or have two versions for download: one with the docs, and one without the docs.-->
5 Mar 2013 8:28 AM #12
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5 Mar 2013 9:25 AM #13
What do you think about having both Online and Offline docs by using HTML5 storage?
5 Mar 2013 10:17 AM #14
Why not use the Sencha Desktop Packager and let people download a desktop version.?-->
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7 Mar 2013 4:42 PM #17
So, good news.
The downloadable zip versions of the docs are now available at http://docs.sencha.com/
For now just the latest Touch and Ext are covered, but it's just a matter of time to make the older versions downloadable too.
Regarding bundling the docs with the framework download, we want to direct people more towards using the online version, so having the docs inside framework download would just introduce unnecessary bloat (it's quite a significant amount). But for those of you who care about offline docs, they're now just one additional click away.
And thanks for bringing up the whole topic, we kinda had forgotten about the offline docs.-->
11 Mar 2013 7:24 AM #18
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Granted, nowadays everybody is almost 100% of the time on line.
But chances are that you were in a plane, your Internet connection failed or go to somewhere that there is no Internet connection available.
I personally go to on line docs 99% of the time but there has been occasions where I have to use off line help.
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11 Mar 2013 12:56 PM #19
Jay: Of course! Absolutely. Every other framework has offline doc. Developers sometimes work on trains, buses, restaurants---places where they are briefly w/o an internet connection. And even running the doc localhost from xampp can be a pain when using some of the low-power laptops provided by big corporations.-->
11 Mar 2013 1:05 PM #20
I also use the docs offline depending on where i'm at.
And you don't need xampp to open the docs.
I just load the index page from the file system and the docs work fine for me in firefox.-->
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