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Ext JS 4 Web Application Development Cookbook by Stuart Ashworth, Andrew Duncan

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Displaying a detailed window after clicking a DataView node

In almost every web application, we will want to allow the user to select some data and edit it. Data Views expose a variety of events on each of the rendered nodes and by using these we can give the user the opportunity to interact with the View and perform any number of actions.

This recipe, will build on our previous bugs example and will add new functionality; presenting the user with a simple form, allowing them to change, and save the data stored about a specific bug. We will display this form after a single-click on a node and populate the form with that particular node's data.

Getting ready

We will be building on top of the previous DataView recipe so you may want to look back and ...

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