[CLOSED] how I can implement responsive design in a web application with ext net

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    [CLOSED] how I can implement responsive design in a web application with ext net

    how I can implement responsive design in a web application with ext net
    Last edited by Daniil; Jun 11, 2013 at 5:16 AM. Reason: [CLOSED]
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    i would suggest you to take a look on: http://examples2.ext.net/.

    It's always good start know all available controls.

    Let us know if you need further assistance
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    Quote Originally Posted by JCarlosF View Post
    how I can implement responsive design in a web application with ext net
    You kind of can't because mobile support for Ext.NET is not that great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jchau View Post
    You kind of can't because mobile support for Ext.NET is not that great.
    for now I only need it for different screen resolutions of PC
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    The following sample might help,

    http://mvc.ext.net/#/Portal/Complex/

    When the page width is resized (narrow vs wide), the items within the Layout will reorganize.
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    Hello!

    Quote Originally Posted by JCarlosF View Post
    for now I only need it for different screen resolutions of PC
    Sorry, but can you provide more details about your requirements? What resolutions you need to support and in which cases Ext.NET layouts don't work?
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    Here are some hints I've picked up to make sure all pages resize within the users's view. This isn't well described/documented anywhere, so goodluck.

    Use FitLayout for all containers when you have a single component within the Items.
    Use VBoxLayout or HBoxLayout with LayoutConfig align="stretch" for all containers with multiple Items. Column and Row containers will work too.

    But it has to be all nested cases, otherwise you'll have unpredictable results.
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    But it has to be all nested cases, otherwise you'll have unpredictable results.
    What do mean? You can mix different layouts to achieve something more complicated.

    Can you say what exactly you needed, we will be happy to investigate your sample.
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    Quote Originally Posted by michaeld View Post
    Here are some hints I've picked up to make sure all pages resize within the users's view. This isn't well described/documented anywhere, so goodluck.

    Use FitLayout for all containers when you have a single component within the Items.
    Use VBoxLayout or HBoxLayout with LayoutConfig align="stretch" for all containers with multiple Items. Column and Row containers will work too.
    There is a good Layout chapter in the Ext.NET book.
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    Please take a look on the following thread: http://forums.ext.net/showthread.php?55861

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