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    Default Any opinions on whether to move from PR3 to PR4 or wait for beta?

    Any opinions on whether to move from PR3 to PR4 or wait for beta?


    I have read quite a few threads with people reporting pain moving from PR3 to PR4 , and some possible regressions, particularly re: MVC.

    Since I still have a lot of basic work to do, I was wondering if I might be better continuing to be productive with PR3 rather than risk going backwards thrashing thru move to PR4?

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    I've thought about the same thing. The examples in PR4 look wildly different from those in PR3 and its like I have to relearn alot. The main advantage between 3 and 4 is that hopefully 4 resembles the final release, so you won't have to relearn and refactor as much. Of course this is hopefully.

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    PR4 is basically API frozen, so yes I'd say either upgrade to it now or wait until the next release, which is rather imminent...
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    Wait if you are currently using the data package (proxy, store...) I have several problems because of some bugs, which will be fixed in the next release (hopefully).

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    And what about if I'm using SQLLiteProxy plugin?

    Thanks

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    I think you will have some trouble
    http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthre...ighlight=proxy