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    Curious to know where you're getting that impression. I don't see any way to order 6 licenses. The only options I see are "up to 5" and "20".
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    That was me. So you're saying that to get around needing to buy a license, the browser page would be set up to send all the underlying class configs to some external service, which would generate and...
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    I stand corrected! I can't believe I never realized that Touch was different than Ext JS, and does indeed appear to allow commercial development for free.

    Sorry for the confusion. I'll go wipe...
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    Again, no, it appears that your assumptions are very wrong. Sencha Touch is absolutely not free for commercial work. If you're using it for commercial work and you don't have a license, you're...
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    Uh...no. A commercial license for Sencha Touch is definitely not free. https://www.sencha.com/store/sencha-touch-bundle/
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    I have to admit that I have no idea what you're actually proposing.
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    Investors won't care until and unless it starts affecting profit.
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    The people you're hoping to comment on this probably aren't allowed to. My guess is that what's in the new F.A.Q. is the official public stance on the matter, and that's all anyone can say on the...
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    That's a question for Sencha. My guess would be no, but that's just an instinct that I have that Sencha would probably have license terms to prevent that.
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    I'm the one who created the Ext JS/Touch TSDs for DefinitelyTyped. I had to give up trying to maintain it. Every new version of Ext JS and Touch was a nightmare to deal with. The only possible way to...
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    On template parsing: I haven't seen any problems, and I doubt this is an issue. Yes, the template is parsed, but it is also compiled into the template cache. So the parsing overhead only happens the...
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    This is a common misconception, and I held it myself until recently. But now that I've had to actually dig into Angular, I've found that this isn't actually true. For most situations, Angular +...
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    This change is almost certainly being forced by high-level corporate figures or investors/VC people. I wouldn't be surprised at all if most of the Sencha marketing and development folks were also up...
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    That was a completely different situation involving allegations of monopoly power abuse. Good luck convincing a judge that Sencha has a monopoly in the JavaScript framework space.
    Setting aside for...
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    I would agree. I think it's a bad decision and will have lasting negative effects. But they're not doing anything illegal. Sorry, but trying to sue them over this is laughable. No one is forcing...
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    I don't think anyone is faulting Sencha for having to make money (I'm certainly not). Companies need to make money, and I'm all for capitalism. I also have no problem paying for quality software.
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    There's no doubt that the component library is one of (if not the) key features of Ext JS. The UI components for Angular (http://ngmodules.org/tags/ui) are not as robust, but they're closing the gap...
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    Sure, it's possible. But I'd say it's ill-advised. We don't need another JS framework thrown onto the pile. With it's insane level of momentum, Angular is on track to be pretty much the de-facto...
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    I admit that I'm not sure what you're actually hoping for. Everyone can move to MIT/LGPL options right now. But Ext JS isn't one of those options, and will never be (unless Sencha changes the...
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    To be fair, I highly doubt this is a real factor. I work for a very large company (30,000+ employees). Our competition is not single/small developers. The projects we build are either very large or...
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    Ah, if that was his point, it wasn't clear. Yes, one-way and two-way data binding pre-dates Angular. I'd say Flex was arguably the first one to to do it and do it well.

    That said, Angular is the...
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    I hate to burst your bubble, but you're the one who apparently has no idea what they're talking about. 2-way data binding was just added in Ext JS 5.
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    Angular is free. Dojo is free. Spring, Hibernate, Java, Grails, and Rails are free. SmartClient, arguably the top HTML/Java rich client framework, starts at $745. You could easily build the next...
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    I have to say I'm surprised and disappointed with Sencha's decision here. The only possible reason they'd do this is to get more money out of their developer base. I'm sorry, but the lip-service...
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    I was able to get it mostly working like this: https://fiddle.sencha.com/#fiddle/a1o

    It's still rather flaky to me, since whether it works or not depends heavily on having things in specific...
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