[CLOSED] DateField Spiner Plugin

  1. #1

    [CLOSED] DateField Spiner Plugin

    Hi,

    In v1.x I have this markup code that works correctly.

    <ext:DateField ID="dateField" runat="server" AllowBlank="false" Width="90">
                                        <Plugins>
                                            <ext:Spinner runat="server" TabIndex="403">
                                                <listeners>
                                                    <SpinUp Handler="onSpinMovimientoFiltroFecha(1);" />
                                                    <SpinDown Handler="onSpinMovimientoFiltroFecha(-1);" />
                                                </listeners>
                                            </ext:Spinner>
                                        </Plugins>
                                    </ext:DateField>
    Now, in v2.1, I can't perform it because doesn't appear like a plugin of datefield and it isn't recognized by compiler.

    How I cando it now?
    Last edited by Daniil; Sep 03, 2012 at 10:04 AM. Reason: [CLOSED]
  2. #2
    Hi,

    Unfortunately, this plugin has been removed. We will add a respective CHANGELOG item, thanks for the report.

    But SpinnerField appeared.

    We think that a simplest way to achieve your requirement would be using two fields - DateField and SpinnerField.

    Place them each after another using HBoxLayout leaving spinners only for the SpinnerField. We think it should work.
  3. #3
    I understand what you say, but how can I hide field of spinnerfield to achieve the requirement?
  4. #4
    I would implement it this way.

    Example
    <ext:Container runat="server" Layout="HBoxLayout" Width="117">
    <Items>
        <ext:DateField runat="server" Width="100" HideTrigger="true" />
        <ext:SpinnerField runat="server" Width="17" FieldCls="x-hidden" />
    </Items>
    </ext:Container>
  5. #5
    Good trick, I was looking for a property to hide field but I know that it would be strange.

    Thanks it works as I expected.

    But what's the difference between a container and a panel, as I can see container couldn't have border. Is it the difference?

    WITH CONTAINER
    <ext:Container runat="server" Layout="HBoxLayout" Width="117">
            <Items>
                <ext:DateField runat="server" Width="100" />
                <ext:SpinnerField runat="server" Width="17" FieldCls="x-hidden" />
            </Items>
        </ext:Container>
    NOTE: With border true it doesn't renders border.

    WITH PANEL
        <ext:Panel runat="server" Layout="HBoxLayout" Width="117" Border="false">
            <Items>
                <ext:DateField runat="server" Width="100" />
                <ext:SpinnerField runat="server" Width="17" FieldCls="x-hidden" />
            </Items>
        </ext:Panel>
    I don't need border, it is only for clarify controls usage.

    Thanks again.
  6. #6
    Panel is a Container (in OOP terms). Container is a light-weight container. Panel has many addition functionality, for example, dockedItems (header, footer, etc.).

    Here you can read more details.
    http://docs.sencha.com/ext-js/4-1/#!...iner.Container
    http://docs.sencha.com/ext-js/4-1/#!...xt.panel.Panel

    If you don't need Panel functionality, please use Container. It makes your application more light-weight, i.e. improve its performance.
  7. #7
    Ok thanks.

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