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Thread: Adding event listeners to containers

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    Default Adding event listeners to containers

    Hey all,

    I'm looking to add a function inside of a controller that does something each time a container is activated in my Sencha Architect (mobile) application. I currently have a function that looks like this:

    PHP Code:
    onContainerActivate1: function(newActiveItemcontaineroldActiveItemeOpts) {

    It has a targetType of Ext.Container, and a control query of container.

    This function fires each time a container is activated, however many of my views have containers inside of containers, causing this function to fire multiple times. How can I change this function to listen to the event where only the top or outermost container is activated? Can we attach listeners to Ext.Viewport?

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    Nov 2014


    Hi Wesley--

    Can you simply make a custom container class that you can use as needed and then add listeners for that specific class?


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