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Creating Custom Widget and Theme using ExtJS

Hi,

I am trying to implement a widget to use in xCP Designer palette.
I tried different basic examples like "SliderExample" and I succeed. Also, I downloaded ExtJS framework, too.

However, I noticed a difference in the projects' file systems.

File System of SliderExample:

In here MANIFEST file contains info about the widget. Xml file is config file for widget contents and properties and the js files contains the functions and design variables.

However, when we look at the Sencha ExtJS's folder system:

And in here, the architecture is some kind of MVC.

So, when I try to use one of the Sencha's components for implementing widget, I need to use that MVC architecture. However, xCP Designer wants js content files and a descriptor xml file for creating a widget jar.

I have a few questions:

  1. How can I use the Sencha's components for creating a widget?
  2. Is there any document about creating widgets using ExtJS except "xCelerated Composition Platform Extension Points"
  3. How can I import some of the Sencha Theme to the xCP Designer.

Note: The question based on the topic in https://forums.opentext.com/forums/discussion/224659/creating-custom-widget-using-extjs

Thanks,

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