31 Mar 2013 7:04 AM #1
New example structure in the ExtJS 4.2
I noticed that many examples are now located in the Kitchen Sink in the version 4.2. The code of all these examples is placed in one file and the file is not formatted.
Although the examples let see their code, but there is no more possibility to play with the code and test something like it was possible when the examples were separated form each other and there were clear well formatted separate files for each example.
Is there any chance that the examples will be also supplied in separate file like it was before 4.2?
2 Apr 2013 6:42 AM #2
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Each example is split up into different views so you can still play around with them. This is the direction that is being taken with some of the examples, not all will get put into the kitchensink.Mitchell Simoens @LikelyMitch
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2 Apr 2013 6:53 AM #3
OK. I try just to describe the problem I have faced.
I wanted to play with the example cell-eidting.js. I did not find this example anymore in the folder examples/grid. It is now located in the examples\build\KitchenSink.
It is not a separate file any more. All is packed in one file all-classes.js which is huge and not formatted for reading.
The old approach with separate files for each example was very useful for playing, testing and creation of the test cases for the bug reports.