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  1. I would like to be more clear. My problem is not that EXT JS does not support proper html encoding in some places. Its more serious.

    Ext Js breaks in simple json data containing " characters.
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  2. Thank you for your help.

    The default rendering of ui makes XSS happen.
    But it seems as an enterprise software developer I do not understand your concept of webdevelopment.

    I mentioned before...
  3. Yes I agree !

    XSS Protection is a serverside matter, I agree.
    I really hope all web devs not that too.

    We are not trusting the client to protect us from the complete
    (As you could read we...
  4. This has not been adressed in 4.1.1.

    I can still recreate this bug:
    http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthread.php?43841-ExtJS-lack-of-html-encoding&p=651043&viewfull=1#post651043

    Which results...
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    Could we have this aligned or implemented?

    I like both systems but i would really enjoy using only one :">

    Edit:
    Also update docs please. The example really does not help.
    It is not broken,...
  6. This has to be a joke !!!

    So at one point i do (common proxies):

    this.form.markInvalid(request.result.errors);

    an the same point i have to do (rest proxy)
    ...
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    Hey Mitch,

    this is a really great thread about bidirectional model binding.
    The central question htammen asked was about:

    How to bind complex objects (like the model) to a form.
    The load...
  8. I don't want to be nagging ... but it is getting more and more clear to me how far away web-developers are from enterprise development standards.

    Shocking.

    We have automated our build with the...
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