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    I'm far from a .NET expert but I have a solution that worked for me. The problem is that Ext just wants to serve up its index and .NET MVC wants you to use a view. What I did is return a redirect...
  2. No way. YUI had been dragging along for years before being shutdown. Any serious competitor in this space would be better off starting fresh. As for that quote, I think they are wrong. Most large...
  3. The reason people didn't like the change to GPL was that copyleft would now apply to their code. LGPL limited it to the library. Indeed it was necessary for a business wanting to sell commercial...
  4. Forking is pointless. They already release their code GPL. You would still need a commercial license from Sencha if you wanted to use it without open-sourcing your own code. GPL is a viral...
  5. I may be incorrect the way I understand it. I think in a consultant situation where you don't own the IP they also need a license. Now you have me doubting myself though. The FAQ addresses it and...
  6. There are many frameworks that exist and don't have a large userbase too. Success is more than existence with a high price tag. Ext JS is very good at what it aims to provide. While many of us...
  7. It may be. I have only experimented with it. I think you are looking at their ASP.NET framework though. The response that comes back every click is HTML. Their HTML5 framework seems to work more...
  8. I have only experimented with Kendo in the past. It is one of the nicer alternatives. It doesn't abstract html the way Ext does, but it would be a toolkit I would look into if I moved away from...
  9. $3225 is not a ton of money for an established business - particularly large enterprise. But 3225 is bare minimum you can spend. Want Complete/Architect? Now your asking almost 5k. Many small...
  10. I am also concerned about Sencha's future financial health. They would be foolish to hold to this decision. I don't recall seeing such a unified negative response to Sencha in my time here. This...
  11. I am usually someone who defends Sencha, but I can't defend this. It is a terrible decision. I know if I were to start my own application, I would choose a different technology despite my extensive...
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    This is a particularly nasty bug. I ran into it as well on 5.0.1. I think this guy hit the same thing. See the second post:...
  13. I only use the model and controller of asp.net MVC. I just redirect to Ext's index page instead of the asp.net view in the HomeController. I have yet to spend time to figure out integrating publish...
  14. Thank you! That minor difference is such a frustration to me.
  15. +1. Very nice.
  16. Best practice is using Sencha CMD to build a production version of your application. There is a great deal of overhead making 500+ requests. Using Sencha CMD will allow it to be all combined into a...
  17. The show method clearly identifies what properties may be used and draggable is not one of them. I can see how a config property on a singleton can be misleading though. You can create an instance...
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    New product??\:D/
  19. This thread is over two years old. At this point, you should be using Sencha Cmd. The command "sencha app build" will create a production application for you. It will place all the required...
  20. 4.1.0 was released 6 months prior to the release of IE10. I would not be surprised if it has problems. I have seen this happen in the past with IE and the issues are generally resolved soon after...
  21. In general, you would only have one reference to your store within the view for your grid: the store config. In the controller that handles the grid, you can use the getStore method or a another...
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    You can currently click your username at the top of the page or in the thread itself and have both the "find latest posts" and "find latest started threads" links. There is also a "view all...
  23. requires and uses are specified just like any other configuration property. From the docs:


    Ext.define('Mother', {
    uses: ['Child'],
    giveBirth: function () {
    // This code...
  24. To add to what Scott said, Ext by default dynamically loads your files for you. It is important to specify dependencies when you define a class so that the loader knows what is needed and when. ...
  25. 'window': {
    add: me.doAdd,
    minimize: me.doMinimize
    }


    You can't have two properties with the same name.
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