'4.2' Tag

  • Using synchronous bidirectional communication with Controllers

    August 8, 2013

    In a big application, Controllers often need to communicate between each other in both directions; i.e. requesting some information and acting upon receiving it. Direct method calls are usually used for this: Ext.define('My.controller.Foo', { extend: 'Ext.app.Controller', onPanelButtonClick: function(button) { // Before dispatching a message to Bar, we need to ask Baz // if it has […]

  • Controller events in Ext JS 4.2

    July 19, 2013

    This is a kind of follow up to the last year’s “Improving Ext JS MVC Implementation” post. Since then I have joined Sencha and have been working on Ext JS team for several months. Bringing MVC improvements into Ext JS core made all kinds of sense, so here goes. In any application that has more […]

  • Abstract Controllers

    July 11, 2013

    In a typical real world application there might be quite a number of Views and Controllers similar to each other but doing different things, e.g., operating on different data sets. It is inefficient to repeat the same code over and over in different classes, and some code sharing technique is required. For Views, we can […]

  • Ext JS MVC: Controlling multiple View instances

    July 2, 2013

    Oftentimes we need to control multiple instances of the same View class, and in majority of such cases we can share the same Controller instance between all of these Views. The key here is to make use of `xtype` and properly configured component selectors. Suppose that we have a form; in that form we need […]

  • DOM event handling in Ext JS MVC

    June 19, 2013

    Sometimes you need to work with DOM elements in your custom Components, or stock Ext JS Components do not fire events in certain conditions that you would like to react to in your Controllers. What do you do in such case? You can refire DOM event as Component event. Suppose you want Panel’s `mouseover` events […]

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