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Re: [javascript-13] Last Nights Meetup on MVC in Sencha, Question follows...

From: Robert S.
Sent on: Thursday, August 25, 2011 1:00 PM
I am interested.  It would be good to do a really simple example where the example doesn't get in the
way of the MVC.  Also it's kind of a shame that the directory structure is MVCS.  It seems like storage
should just be part of the model. 


On Wed, Aug 24, 2011 at 10:59 PM, Peter Kellner <[address removed]> wrote:

Another big thanks to the Sencha guys for hosting us last night.  I'm guessing we had 60 or so people and everyone seemed pretty interested.  So, right to my question:

I kept my presentation of my Silicon Valley Code Camp Site in MVC short so we could spend more time with Ed focussed on the details.  I'm thinking of doing a screen cast and talk through how I put together a real MVC Sencha App, rather than just some quick slides and points like I did last night.  Please reply to this and let me know if there is interest and I'll find the time to do it.  Also, if there are particular things you want to see or understand more, please let me know and I'll attempt to explain that also (reply to this email).

Again, thanks to everyone for coming out and supporting the meetup.  And also, as most of you know, I'm quite involved in http://siliconvalley-codecamp .  If you have not registered, please do.  The event is October 8th and 9th this year at Foothill College in Los Altos.  Sencha is one of our primary sponsors and in that capacity will be offering a Track on the Mobile Web.

Finally, here are some pictures from last night:




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