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Thread: ext-angular-boilerplate navmenu component as sub element of a panel

  1. #1
    Sencha Premium User
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    Nov 2017

    Default ext-angular-boilerplate navmenu component as sub element of a panel

    It seems that the navmenu-component in the boilerplate example isn't used at all, because the app-component has its own treelist for navigation.
    I tried to replace the treelist with the navmenu-component, but it doesn't work.
    Why is it possible to do this:
    HTML Code:
    <container [fullscreen]="true" layout="fit">
      <panel docked="left" shadow="true">
        <treelist ...>
    but not this:
    HTML Code:
    <container [fullscreen]="true" layout="fit">
      <titlebar [title]="title" docked="top">
        <button align="left" *ngIf="isPhone" iconCls="x-fa fa-bars" [handler]="this.toggleAppMenu" ripple="false"></button>
      <panel docked="left" shadow="true">
        <router-outlet #extroute></router-outlet>
    What do i have to to with my-component that this works?

    Thx in advance!

  2. #2
    Sencha - Forum Administrator
    Join Date
    Sep 2017


    Thank you so much for your post. I have shared this with the support staff to look into at their earliest convenience. Your patience is greatly appreciated! We do suggest using the support portal when you need assistance with a capability of a Sencha product, you have identified a situation where a products behavior is inconsistent with the product documentation and might indicate a software bug, or when the communication between you and Sencha needs to be private.

    Thanks again,


  3. #3
    Sencha - Sales Team
    Join Date
    Feb 2012
    Fort Myers, Florida


    in this example, what is in <my-component>?
    Marc Gusmano
    Sales Engineer
    Sencha Inc.

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