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    What's the right approach to create and maintain Util functions for my application? I was thinking to add the function in app.js and reference as "app.Util". Not sure if this is the best way to do it. Any thoughts/suggestions will be much appreciated. Thanks

  2. I would make a specific utility class (separate file) and require that in your app via the Ext.Loader. I've done that about a million times on various projects.

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    I would make a specific utility class (separate file) and require that in your app via the Ext.Loader. I've done that about a million times on various projects.
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    OK that makes sense. I am glad I checked. Thanks and appreciate much!

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    I would make a specific utility class (separate file) and require that in your app via the Ext.Loader. I've done that about a million times on various projects.

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