One problem though. A unit test is supposed to be as implementation independent as possible, and testing XHR is rather tightly bound to the implementation. If I suddenly start requesting resources by adding script tags to the dom my tests will fail even though the solution is solid. We don’t want that.
The time had to come, Mobile Ambitions Aps wants their computer back Although it will be missed there’s a great thanks to lending it to me even though I didn’t work there any more.
Due to this a new computer has joined the family here, optimized for effective building and use of virtual machines, this will hopefully assist me in my development in the years. While waiting for this baby to be entirely ready I’ll be improving my testing, so I can get RfTouch continued, so stay tuned
RfTouch is a framework for Sencha Touch 2. As it is right now the project is at it’s very beginning. Currently it offers a ReloadStore, which is a simple addition to the default store, so it can handle reloads. In it self it’s nothing special, just a simplification of a common usage when using ST 2 as part of a native app.
Using the Map component in Sencha Touch 2 is really convenient. Right until you test it on an phone that’s offline. Creating a nice looking and userfriendly way of handling this isn’t as easy as I would have hoped for it to be.