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Strange Kendo UI Mobile and RequireJS-Issue

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Richard
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Richard asked on 26 Apr 2014, 07:47 AM
Hi Telerik-Team

I have a very strange issue:
According to your documentation, it's not possible to use the kendo.mobile.min directly with requireJS, which kind of makes sense (and I don't really care because including full featured libs with TypeScript + AMD is a pain anyway).

So what I do is simply load the file normally through the script-tag.
I then can initialize the App from within my modules, use the data- paramters to define behaviours, etc..
Everything works like a charm.

My current view features a lot of widgets, like buttons and scrollview which is kind of my "proove".

But here is the strange thing: when I use requireJS, Touch seams to be the only thing which is not working:
No matter if I declare them with the data-attribute, or through $(element).kendoTouch.

Now, according to your documentation, the "namespace" of the Touch-Widget is kendo.ui.Touch.
That object exists. And I can initialize my touch-behaviour with a new instance of it and that works without any problem.

As soon as I remove requireJS, I can use the touch-widget normally again.
I'm really wondering what could break the Touch-Widget, and as far as I can tell, only the Touch-Widget...

Thanks!

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Mihai
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answered on 29 Apr 2014, 02:29 PM
Hi Richard,

First, the docs are a bit dated -- it's now possible, and supported, to load the bundles with RequireJS.  I will remove that section from the docs.

I have no idea what's broken in your setup.  Could you paste the HTML, as rendered in the browser, so I can check if the loading of scripts is correct.  Even better if possible, please send a small test case that reproduces the issue.

Also, are there any errors in the browser's console?

Regards,
Mihai
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