Requiring classes

Since Ext JS 4 came out, Ext JS supported loading classes on demand during development. You do this using the requires property in your Ext.define statement or using Ext.require. Furthermore, ever since Sencha Cmd was released, it will check out these means of requiring classes and create a…

Store Listeners

No doubt, you likely have a store or two in your Ext JS/Touch application. Have you had to add a listener to the store to do something? Maybe update a component when the store loads? Or take any action based on it? Like anything, there's a good way to…