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Sencha Architect 4.0

The .sencha/app/build-impl.xml file contains the root of the generated build script (as it always has for a Sencha Cmd generated app). This file, however, has been refactored into several smaller scripts. This makes understanding the build process much simpler compared to the single, large XML file in previous releases.

Sencha Architect 4.0

The sencha app refresh command now routes to the new refresh target and this target is automatically invoked by the build. This means you no longer need to run sencha app refresh and sencha app build to get your app ready for "dev mode". In other words, sencha app refresh is just a subset of a full build and you can run that command if all you need to do is update metadata such as loader paths or class aliases.

This extra build step (unlike all of the other build steps) is disabled by default because it adds several seconds to the build time. To enable this build step, add the following to .sencha/app/

The properties for the build are much more completely listed and documented in .sencha/app/ You can override these in .sencha/app/ or, depending on build environment, .sencha/app/ or .sencha/app/

Your app build will run and then Cmd then will pause waiting for any changes you might make. When changes are detected only the minimum amount of work necessary is performed to bring your app and its CSS up to date, saving you from having to manually run sencha app refresh or rebuilding your Sass.

After I started a thread on the Sencha Forum to post my ExtJS 4 MVC Examples, someone gave me the idea to port the ExtJS 4 Sencha Examples to Sencha Architect 2 as well. This way it is easier for beginners to learn how to use the tool and also learn about the new MVC architecture. So starting today, I am going to port all the ExtJS 4 examples to Sencha Architect 2 using the MVC architecture. Along the way, I will also wirte a few articles teaching some tricks of how to handle some situations in ExtJS 4 and Sencha Architect 2.

Confidential has over 15 years in the Information Technology field. During his career he has worked with many Commercial Federal Government and Department of Defense agencies at the executive level for many years. He has a comprehensive knowledge of applications development as well as cloud and virtualization based architectures having full development lifecycle and cutting edge hi availability cloud solutions. He is an experienced solutions architect object-oriented software designer and an experienced technical lead. He is adept at interfacing with employees customers and vendors at various levels to grow business. He has over fifteen years development expertise in development in Web NodeJS .NET C /C technologies eight years experience integrating solutions using Web Services and other technologies. In addition to Amazon Web Services Microsoft Azure and Terremark cloud service providers he has worked with Big Data and mass analytics with the largest enterprise solutions as an integrator for the intelligence community and large enterprise petabyte systems like Siri Facebook and Xbox Live. Recently he has been brought on as a Subject Matter Expert SME for CMS to help with re-architecting and development. David received his Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering from University of Maryland and is an Amazon AWS Certified Cloud Architect 2013.

Basically it is a major step forward for web application development. It also brings an entirely new data package that enables developers to use a model-view-controller architecture when building the applications. The new MVC enables applications to leverage features like infinite scrolling a grid to build an entirely new level of interactivity into web applications.

Ext JS is based on MVC/MVVM architecture. The latest version of Ext JS 6 is a single platform, which can be used for both desktop and mobile application without having different code for different platform.

After the release of Ext JS 3, the developers of Ext JS had the major challenge of ramping up the speed. Ext JS version 4.0 was released in 2011. It had the complete revised structure, which was followed by MVC architecture and a speedy application.

Ext JS version 5.0 was released in 2014. The major change in this release was to change the MVC architecture to MVVM architecture. It includes the ability to build desktop apps on touch-enabled devices, two-way data binding, responsive layouts, and many more features.

Sencha CMD comes with an embedded web server. To start the server on the default port 1841, open the terminal or command window in your application directory and run the command sencha web start. To serve your web application on another port (for example, 8080) and from any directory, run it as follows: sencha fs web -port8080 start -map /path/to/app/docrootdir.

Jour 1 : Fondamentaux (Objet config, DOM, Evènements, xType, (X)Template, Modèle composant, classes ExtJS 4) Jour 2 : Conteneurs , Layouts, Formulaire, Intro architecture MVC (arbo, cinématique, méthode control()) Jour 3 : Package Data (Validations, Associations), GridPanel, Approfondissement MVC (ComponentQuery)


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