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Sascha
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Sascha asked on 09 Jul 2014, 10:31 AM
Hi all,

I have a Backbone application with multiple KendoUi [v2013.2.918; kendo.all.min.js] components e.g. Grid, NumericTextBox. To display this value "12,5 h" in a numericTextBox, I use this:

this.$('.kendoHourInput').kendoNumericTextBox({
  format: '#.0 h'
});

For the development Version, not optimized with r.js (requie.js), everything works as expected. For the production Version, after the r.js optimizer, this format breaks the app:

Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'numberFormat' of null

The predefined formats like "c2" or "p" works without a problem. Could it be a problem with the kendo.culture('de-DE') I use? I had similar problems with the library globalize.js, which overrides the kendo.culture. Is there a known dependency to another library who could break the optimized-code? There is a 2nd library with dependencies to globalize.js:

require.js-config
shim: {
    ...
    someLib: {
        deps: ['globalize']
    }
}

There is a forum entry on the kendo site, with a similar problem. The solution should be to load the kendo library before the globalize library. If I take a look to the script-tags on the index.html, kendo comes before globalize. So, this is not a solution that works for me.

For more information, please let me know.

Thanks 

Sascha

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Georgi Krustev
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answered on 11 Jul 2014, 06:58 AM
Hello Sascha,

Based on the given error message, I would conclude that a newer version of Globalize.js is used (2.x version), where the API signature has changed drastically. Because of this change we decided to cease our support for Globalize.js 2.x or higher. You can find a related discussion here. The feasible solution for now is to load the Globalize script after kendo.all.js.

Regards,
Georgi Krustev
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answered on 11 Jul 2014, 10:22 AM
Hey Georgi,

the newer version of globalize.js did it. By the way, the latest version of globalize.js is 1.0.0-alpha.3.
Unhappily, the "someLib" doesn't works with the newer version of globalize.js, but this is another problem :-)

Best regards,

Sascha

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