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Re: [ExtJS-Austin] Brian Moeskau added a post

From: j1ee
Sent on: Tuesday, November 23, 2010 3:54 PM
That's a great idea. I'll definitely want to participate.

Here's my project idea:

When a listbox or tree that has more than 50 (or N) items, it becomes cumbersome to select items one by one.

Create a control that can plug in to a listbox or tree panel that can allow users to do ad hoc querying to items in the list/tree so that action can be applied to those selected items. Regular expression type search or search engine type querying will be nice.

Any suggestions are welcome.


From: Brian Moeskau <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]
Sent: Fri, November 19,[masked]:07:00 PM
Subject: [ExtJS-Austin] Brian Moeskau added a post

Hey group, what do you think about having a "hackathon" sometime (like, after the new year ;) I'm thinking some evening or weekend afternoon we could get a group together and hack on anything Ext / Sencha related. This could be for work, personal project or just for fun/learning. I am certainly qualified to assist with anything Ext-related, and could probably fake my way through Sencha Touch or other Sencha tools ;)

Anyway, just thought I would gauge interest. No need to commit to anything, but if it sounds intriguing let me know.

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