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    Default Tounch Store.sync x Extjs Store.sync

    Tounch Store.sync x Extjs Store.sync


    I've been comparing the two implementations and saw that the Extjs supports to receive a list of options on the touch there, could someone tell me why? I am in need of that future in Touch: (

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    The reason they are different is because they are in two different frameworks. It wasn't until Ext JS 4.1.0 until the sync method accepted options, Sencha Touch 2 does things a little differently so the two Store classes are different.
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