Display Load Mask (Waiting) with Sencha Touch on Ajax Call

Posted by: peterkellner.net, on 30 Jun 2013 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

 One of the nice features of using Sencha Touch (and ExtJS for that matter) lists (Ext.dataview.List) is that you can simply set the parameter masked to true and when the store retrieves data, a nice loading make appears letting your user know that something is happening and the browser is just not frozen while we [...]

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