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elmasse-bundle

elmasse.i18n.Bundle as a Sencha Cmd Package.

UPDATE

This repository is going on UNMAINTAINED state. I will be more than happy to transfer the repository to anyone who is interested in keeping this up to date with latest versions of ExtJS. Please create an issue or send me an email (Check my Profile)

Note

Since version 1.1.0 namespace has been changed from Ext.i18n to elmasse.i18n to avoid namespace issues with ExtJS reserved package names.

Install

The latest stable version is available thru a Sencha Cmd repository located at elmasse.github.io/cmd/pkgs

Add the repo to Sencha Cmd

You have to tell Sencha Cmd where to check for new pacakge versions. For elmasse-bundle you need to add the repository as follows:

sencha repo add elmasse http://elmasse.github.io/cmd/pkgs

Using the package

Once the repository is added to the list, you can declare your dependency on your Sencha Cmd project. Locate the app.json file and add elmasse-bundle package to the requires list:

    "requires": [
        "elmasse-bundle"
    ]

Now you just need to refresh the application, and the package will be installed.


sencha app refresh

Using the package locally

You can as well use the latest version from this repository:

  • Clone this repo
  • Rename the folder to elmasse-bundle
  • Copy the folder under packages/local in your app
  • Modify the app.json and include the elmasse-bundle into the requires list.
  • Run sencha app refresh

Example

You can see a working example under the examples folder.

Usage

  • First add Bundle to requires on Ext.application as shown in (1)
  • Declare the bundle configuration (2)
  • Call bundle.getMsg with your bundle key (3). bundle is available from the application instance which is available under the appName.getApplication() method.
        Ext.application({
            name: 'AppTest',
            requires: ['elmasse.i18n.Bundle'], //1

            //2
            bundle: {
                bundle: 'Application',
                language: 'en-US',
                path: 'resources',
                noCache: true
            },

            launch: function(){
                Ext.create('Ext.panel.Panel',{
                    renderTo: Ext.getBody(),
                    tbar: Ext.create('Ext.toolbar.Toolbar',{
                        items: [{text: 'text'}]
                    }),
                    items:[{
                        height: 300,
                        html: AppTest.getApplication().bundle.getMsg('panel.html') //3
                    }]
                });
            }   
        });

Using json files as bundles

Now you can choose between .properties and .json files. You can specify which one to use by using the format parameter in bundle configuration:

        Ext.application({
            name: 'AppTest',
            requires: ['elmasse.i18n.Bundle'],

            bundle: {
                bundle: 'Application',
                language: 'en-US',
                path: 'resources',
                noCache: true,
                format: 'json' //json format!
            },

            launch: function(){
                Ext.create('Ext.panel.Panel',{
                    renderTo: Ext.getBody(),
                    tbar: Ext.create('Ext.toolbar.Toolbar',{
                        items: [{text: 'text'}]
                    }),
                    items:[{
                        height: 300,
                        html: AppTest.getApplication().bundle.getMsg('panel.html')
                    }]
                });
            }   
        });

As you can imagine the keys must match json keys structure, so for panel.html you must have a json response like this:

        {
            "panel":{
                "html" : "Hello from JSON file!"
            }
        }

Lazy Definition

We can use the lazy definition so the bundle keys are defined into the views. Just use a plain object with the type: bundle and a key.

        Ext.application({
            name: 'AppTest',
            requires: ['elmasse.i18n.Bundle'],

            bundle: {
                bundle: 'Application',
                language: 'en-US',
                path: 'resources',
                noCache: true,
                format: 'json' //json format!
            },

            launch: function(){
                Ext.create('Ext.panel.Panel',{
                    renderTo: Ext.getBody(),
                    tbar: Ext.create('Ext.toolbar.Toolbar',{
                        items: [{text: 'text'}]
                    }),
                    items:[{
                        height: 300,
                        html: { type: 'bundle', key: 'panel.html' }
                    }]
                });
            }   
        });

Changelog

Unreleased (master)

  • Fixed issue with using lazy definitions in Ext.define not working properly. #30

version 1.2.0

  • Working version for ExtJS 6.2.1

version 1.1.0

  • Changed namespace to elmasse.i18n
  • Working version for ExtJS 6.x
  • Examples for using ViewControllers and ViewModels to change bundles on the fly.

version: 1.0.0

  • Sencha Cmd Package
  • Working version for ExtJS 5.x

version: 0.3.3

  • Working version for ExtJS 4.2.0
  • Fixed issue with Model ids.

version: 0.3.2

  • New Json Reader implemented
  • Added tests for Bundle, reader.Property and reader.Json
  • Draft for 4.1.1/2
  • Removed onReady method from Ext.i18n.Bundle
  • Added bundle to application

version: 0.3.1

  • First draft for ExtJS 4.1.0-r3
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