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    Default Answered: Which part of extjs 4 is the Core (the one under MIT license)

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    The webpage about extjs core is not updated (or, at least, updated only to version 3).
    I would like to understand which part is updated to version 4.

    Expecially I would like to know if class handling (Ext.define and Ext.create, with extends keyword) are under the core or not.

    I would like to use Ext.JS only for class handling for a rather small website, where the standard license price will be 60% of the budget, so not something that I could buy at the moment.

    I love how ext handles javascript classes and would like to make it my main framework.

  2. I don't know if they made Ext-core for V4.0 of ext js. :_\

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    I don't know if they made Ext-core for V4.0 of ext js. :_\

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    Mh I'm sorry for this...

    I think it's a good idea to spread ext, core was really nice.

    Is possible to find some information about it?

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