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    For Java, I personally think that Ext JS is overkill for server-side technologies like JSF, Struts and the like - a much lighter library like jQuery might be a better option there (to "jazz up" the...
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    I am trying to figure out how to get the store sync method to work properly using a rest proxy. As I understand it, it should basically either create, update or destroy records that...
  3. I think what you are asking is going against the grain of Ext JS. if I'm understanding you correctly. I have built (Struts-based) Web applications whose form field validations keyed off the presence...
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    I have a initial solution for this (still learning Ext JS 4) and that is to create a generic singleton class and place it in an appropriately named subdirectory of app. The code is as follows:
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    Okay...figured it out from another post. You have to define such a class as a singleton and provide a getter for the property. The revised code is as follows:

    Ext.define('MyApp.util.MenuOptions',...
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    Doh...well, it would appear no one is stuffing their utility functions in a common class with Ext JS 4. So, developers, is this a sensible way to do that or is there another recommended approach? I...
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    Hi All,

    I am wanting to create a number of reusable self-defined stores (such as States) to be used throughout an application we are building. Using 3.x, we simply threw these objects into a...
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