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    Default ExtBeer : a demo project using the Ext Designer

    Hi folks

    I put together a small demo project to try out the Ext Designer here : http://github.com/jacobandresen/ExtBeer

    It is a basic Ext.grid.GridPanel connecting to google app engine using JPA (Java Persistence)

    I'll be happy to hear any feedback you have. Feel free to fork the project on github

    regards,
    Jacob

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    Big thx for that exemple!

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    Nice! Thanks for taking the initiative and setting this up.

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    I updated some stuff and push to github (I managed to forget to used EditorGridPanel.. so I could not edit). It looks like I want to use something else than singleselect for the SelectionModel.

    Oh Yes. Aaron demoed how to do a Master detail view using the designer at out resund extjs javascript meetup yesterday. Cool demo Aaron! I think I will try and do some master detail in the demo also

    Should I post a zip here when I update ? Or do you guys like using github? remember that you can "watch" a repo there.

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    Nice example Jacob

    Quote Originally Posted by jacob.andresen View Post
    Aaron demoed how to do a Master detail view using the designer at out resund extjs javascript meetup yesterday. Cool demo Aaron!
    We'll be posting a screencast with a similar master detail view shortly for the general public to see
    Aaron Conran
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    You can maybe complete your demo with small things that could help beginners like me :
    - put your Grid in a Window, to see how you manage it when EditorGrid is not on top level.
    - put a ComboBox in your "type" column, with some remote store.

    That will be a awesome help if you could just add this 2 things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Madk View Post
    You can maybe complete your demo with small things that could help beginners like me :
    - put your Grid in a Window, to see how you manage it when EditorGrid is not on top level.
    - put a ComboBox in your "type" column, with some remote store.

    That will be a awesome help if you could just add this 2 things.
    Hi Madk. Great idea! I will look into this

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