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Um, no. The question is:
If I use Ext JS 3 -- with or without the jQuery adapter -- will I get all the benefits of Core 3?
The Ext JS site really needs to make this relationship clear.
I guess my response can be simplified to this:
Is Core 3 a subset of JS 3? If I use Ext JS 3 -- with or without the jQuery adapter -- will I get all the benefits of Core 3?
The web framework I am using uses jQuery (or YUI) to run a garbage collection program and has numerous built in methods for use with Comet. I want to use Ext JS for interface components. The...
I have a web app that depends on jQuery (or YUI) for some functionality. I've been using the adapter. Now I'm wondering if I can use Ext Js 3 with Ext Core 3, leave off the adapter, but still include...
Datagrids, accordions, border panels, tabs, etc., etc.
Basically, I'm hoping to build an Ext app for the back end of a site and I need these things, but I also really want to use the nice menu in...
I have a site that has built in functionality that requires JQuery. I'm also hoping to use some of the cool widgets in Ext Js 2.1. But are these compatible? Can I just add the Ext Core 3.0 files and...
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