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  1. I've seen some threads with a similar reply to yours. My reasoning for using EXT-JS was the full suite of widgets, UI layout, browser compatibility, etc. I figured there were high demand sites using...
  2. Hi all,

    I've posted before about using ext-js 4 for the entire site and the response I got is that you *could* do that, but typically ext-js is used for a desktop like application within the...
  3. Thank you. That's what I wanted to hear. I'll look at Cardlayout as well.
  4. I was hoping it would be "ok" to use extjs for the entire site. I say this because.. first of all not being experienced with it yet, I don't know how I would keep the outside site looking like the...
  5. Are you saying that you run your extjs app on one port (like 8080 or 80) and a separate web-app on another port, and you call the web-app from the extjs app with port info in the url and it works?
  6. Hi all,

    Horrible description, I apologize. I am learning ext-js, and loving it what little I know. I however have come to the conclusion, possibly a wrong/bad one, that ext-js is fantastic for...
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    To be fair regarding my previous post, I found out the problem.. I have never deployed an app outside of JEE container (amazing after 10+ years of doing this).. so this was my first time deploying a...
  8. Ok..I think I found some info on this now.. apparently you were correct in the removal of the http://localhost:8888... when using http:// firefox assumes a cross-domain request and changes the method...
  9. Thanks for the heads up..I turned on jersey logging, and sure enough I see the incoming request now. Get this.. it's method is OPTIONS and it adds a _dc query param on the end of it. I've no idea why...
  10. Thank you for the reply..I'll try that.

    I thought of removing the localhost:8888 but the problem is.. my apache is port 80 where extjs is hosted at.. and glassfish with my rest web app is port...
  11. Hi all,

    I am trying to identify a problem I am having that seems to be related to how the Ext framework makes requests to the server. It could be a server side issue, I am not sure, but it only...
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    I don't know if my problem is relevant to this issue, it may be a server side problem but I have yet to figure it out.

    I have a glassfish server with a jersey webapp deployed. I can access the...
  13. Got it figured out.. what a pain. Not sure if this covers all of ext-js, but the following file.. download and save it in the ext root folder, where the src/ and such are below it. Then in...
  14. Hi all,

    Trying to get the Spket plugin to work within Eclipse IDE 4.2. From all info, it indicates that I need to select a sdk.jsb3 file for code completion to work. I've done numerous searches on...
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    Excellent response. That makes sense. Because I am not a strong html/css UI developer, more back end stuff, I am hoping ext-js fills that void where I feel like I can't build a fully functional site...
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    Good info all. I do have a question.. what constitutes a web site vs a web app? In my career everything I've worked on has basically been what I always thought was a web app. It's essentially a...
  17. Thank you for the reply. That's kind of what I suspected from what I've been reading and various videos I've seen of Ext-js. In my case, with a java back end using a JEE server, I do need to wrap the...
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    Thank you. I look forward to learning with it and hopefully deploying with it eventually.
  19. Hi all,

    I am really liking what I am seeing that ext-js provides. However, I am a long time JEE5/6 JSP/Struts/MVC sort of developer, where by I built dynamic pages with JSP, some html, jquery (or...
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    Interesting topic. I had heard of ext-js a couple years ago but jquery+plugins was by far the most dominant (and up until recently only) framework I've heard of the past few years. Prior to that...
  21. Well.. I was correct in that deploying it on the server works. I did see in the book example they use <linkrel..> with no space.. which I should have caught. I am sure the @import doesn't work with...
  22. I apologize.. apparently I didn't insert it correctly to show up as a code snippet.. not sure what formatting tool to use for that in this forum. At any rate, I will be deploying this as a JEE web...
  23. The two files are below.. in the directory structure I listed above.

    index.html:


    <!DOCTYPE html>



    <html>
  24. I've tried a number of things now. If the URL to the javascript and css uses the ext-js web site, all works fine. But when I use relative paths, while the javascript works, and the initial css...
  25. Thank you for the reply. Sadly, nothing shows up in either FF or Chrome JavaScript console. No errors, log output, etc. Seems odd something such as the first simple example would not work. I am sure...
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