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    Sencha is facing the problem that in the long run development frameworks tend to become open source. Microsoft just open-sourced .NET, and they were the last of the popular closed-source frameworks....
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    You can write GPL software which talks to web services which are not GPL. E.g. you can develop a GPL client for the Google web services, and that is perfectly legal. What is not allowed is having a...
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    If you're building a large scale web app, you will be locked into your technological choices regardless of what you do, so using a "big" framework still makes sense. For me the evolution is more one...
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    Honestly, there's no point. You cannot use GPL licensed software for closed source projects, which makes it hard to build a business on top of it, meaning the majority of this community won't be...
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    It seems to me they look at their user base and noticed a lot of companies had a single license and a single support contract for a team of 5 or 10 developers. They could go to court, but the cost of...
  6. See my possible fix on the other thread:
    http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthread.php?262945-3.4.1.1-Ext.define()-breaks-the-xtype-reference&p=1066172&viewfull=1#post1066172

    Please test this if you...
  7. This override should fix all issues with Ext.define (make it fully compatible with Ext.extend).

    Please those who are following this thread: test this and give me feedback. I have done some testing...
  8. PHPStorm (webstorm/intellij) for working on a whole project, Notepad++ for working on single files.

    PHPStorm is the only IDE I've used so far which enables me to use all the bells and whistles...
  9. I had this as well. AdBlock Pro was blocking some files from loading. Adding an exception to ABP fixed it.
  10. No, I still haven't made the leap to ExtJS 4. Our whole team is dug in building two huge modules on top of our ExtJS 3 codebase so we don't have the manpower to move to ExtJS 4 without incurring huge...
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    I've seen these upgrade tracks at big government and corporate environments before, and how the app is deployed is usually the least impactful part of it.

    Typically they have adopted IE as their...
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    For me the logical way to fork it is to keep supporting 4.x in maintenance mode for legacy IE and to burn some browser compatibility bridges in ExtJS 5. It's not exactly sensible to be using bleeding...
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    The way the market is going, all web developers will need to build touch-enabled web apps. It may seem contrary coming from someone who's still on 3.x because 4.x was too slow and unstable, but at...
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    I updated the fixes for 3.4.1.1 with our latest version. We're also running with this patch in production, but it is not really a pure "fix", so I didn't include it in the first post:


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    I'm trying to turn an organization of a few dozen developers from releasing every 6 months to releasing every 6 weeks and I can assure you that it is not something you just "decide" to do. You have...
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    As an aside, why does Sencha keep supporting quirks mode? I understand it is useful when you embed ExtJS into a small part of a bigger legacy page, but are there really that many users in that...
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    As you point out, global marketshare is something very different from market-specific marketshare. My experience is that the more you deal with enterprise customers, the older the browsers they use...
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    Nice catch. Fixed it in the post and in our codebase. Strangely enough it didn't lead to bug reports so far.
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    For me the best example of any software development tools company on how to provide a public bug tracker and respond to it is how jetbrains does it: http://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issues

    What I...
  20. The value is not serialized into html but assigned via the DOM API, so there is no risk for XSS if you assign a value in this way. There is a danger in components that use a template for rendering...
  21. I'm not sure whether you mean sanitizing on input or sanitizing on output. You should sanitize input on the server.

    Sanitizing on input is in my opinion not a good practice. Even the space...
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    I ported our codebase to 3.4.1.1. The updated fixes are in the original post. As pointed out by @wm003 most of the fixes are still needed. Not that much changed between 3.4.0 and 3.4.1.1, so...
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    I updated the first post with the most recent version of the overrides for 3.4.0. There's a bunch of new ones which I hadn't posted here yet.

    The one to be especially mindful of is the htmlEncode...
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    I will be upgrading our codebase to 3.4.1.1 this month most likely (it's a bit of a challenge because there are 100.000 lines of code in that codebase). At that point I'll go through the fixes file,...
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    Is anyone actually running complex applications (> 50.000 lines) on IE7 / IE8 with ExtJS 4.x?

    My base requirements are acceptable performance on IE7 and good performance on IE8, and I'm wondering...
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