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    Default Answered: ExtJS Webtop with 'Desktop Switcher'?

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    Hello everyone,

    I remember seeing an example of an ExtJS webtop application, where the developer had added a 'Desktop Switcher' in the upper right of the screen. It simply carousel'd from one desktop to another inside the webtop. Very slick.

    I was certain I bookmarked it. Now I can't find it anywhere.

    Does anyone know the 'demo' I am referring to? Have a link?

    Thanks.


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    I have not seen this myself, but I would be curious to see.

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    ExtJS webtop with desktop switcher.


    Found it!

    http://netzke-desktop-demo.heroku.com/



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    Hi there, I'm the author of Netzke, and I wanted to point out that Netzke is generally suitable for modular Ext JS + Ruby on Rails web apps. The above mentioned desktop demo is only an example. There are a couple of other demos online: http://yanit.heroku.com and http://netzke-demo.herokuapp.com

    For more details, check out the GitHub repo: https://github.com/nomadcoder/netzke-core

    Hope, this is helpful for those who look in the direction of Ruby-powered back-ends.
    Netzke: Ruby on Rails and Ext JS component framework.

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