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Sencha MVC Architecture by Ajit Kumar

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Summary

In this chapter we took a sample application and learned how to model it as per the MVC architecture and map the different building blocks to the classes provided by ExtJS and Sencha Touch. The application involved how to identify the views, models, and controllers in an application, how to make use of multiple controllers within an application and pass the data and the control between them to achieve the overall application behavior. We also looked at some of the rules related to class naming conventions, folder structure, and so on, which is required to get the application up and running.

In the subsequent chapters, we will look into each of the building blocks in detail, and also look at the underlying framework infrastructure which ...

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