PUM and Sencha ExtJS – Missing Pieces – the calendar model

When working with the JS library ExtJS from Sencha, you may have noticed, that with the Premium version you get support for a calendar widget and model and descriptions how to implement the server side.

I added helper methods to create compatible classes with the Sencha ExtJS calendar model and changed the ExtJS source code generator to generate the correct code for it.

So the user can create supporting classes with one click and had to create CRUD stores for Events and Calendars are usually.

So now the calendars and the events are stored in the Gemstone/S database. Queries can be done with remote filtering or remote gsquery execution.

 

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