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Although Sencha Cmd is a very useful tool for application scaffolding, creating view, controllers and models, sometimes it is faster to use a single-file app. It is especially useful for fast testing, prototyping or concept proof. Read how to do it.
If you modify records of an editable grid with paging and if you then page-out, your changes are lost. This article shows easy implementation of keeping modified records while paging.
Important If you have not already done so, study Writing a Big Application in Ext (Part 1) and Writing a Big Application in Ext (Part 2)before you read this article. It would be very hard, if not impossible, to understand concepts explained here before you fully understand the first and second part. Introduction Helping on […]
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Important If you have not already done so, study Writing a Big Application in Ext (Part 1) before you read this article. It would be very hard, if not impossible, to understand concepts explained here before you fully understand the first part. Introduction It has been almost one year since I have published the first […]
We need to know all events that are fired by a component and in which order sometimes. It is easy to find out.
Should we code our special functionality we need to add to Ext or Touch as extension or as plugin? This article discusses differences and use cases of both approaches to give you all information you need for right decisions on the matter.
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Preface This article it the follow up of the Writing a Big Application in Ext post and it assumes that your application is written, at least to some degree, that way. It also assumes that the server side language is PHP 5.x, other users can take the idea and write the server side logic in […]