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    Quote Originally Posted by tangix View Post
    If Sencha would get their act together and produce a stable environment for Ext JS, Touch, Architect and a working Cmd I would happily pay up for the Complete license (currently on Ext JS Commercial and Sencha Architect). As it is now we have way too many half-finished "good-intentions" solutions that are flying around in various stages of betas, RC and considered "final" that I am starting to get worried about what kind of black hole my additional $1000 will end up in.
    Sadly none of these products listed above are able to provide a simple solution to deploy code to end-users anymore and until that happens I'll hold on to my creditcard.

    Carefully optimistic about the Sencha future,
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    They are working on integration of Cmd in SA. I believe it will be released with ST2.1 GA and SA 2.2

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    They are working on integration of Cmd in SA. I believe it will be released with ST2.1 GA and SA 2.2
    So I have heard. For Sencha Cmd Ext JS support is also "coming" as is building on Linux, native packaging on Windows etc, etc...

    My point is that I'd like to see a consistent way to design, build and deploy the various products across the products and also across the platforms. Currently we have some beautiful pieces laying scattered on the table there but puzzle don't fit together as of now.

    I am optimistic, but I still have to use my old XP computer to be able to build Ext JS 4.0.x using beta2 of Sencha SDK 2.0... My new project in SA 2 based on Ext JS 4.1 is still not possible to build using Sencha Cmd 3.0 as of b390 due to the Model issues, but knock on wood - I hope there is a solution by mid-December when I need to deploy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tangix View Post
    So I have heard. For Sencha Cmd Ext JS support is also "coming" as is building on Linux, native packaging on Windows etc, etc...

    My point is that I'd like to see a consistent way to design, build and deploy the various products across the products and also across the platforms. Currently we have some beautiful pieces laying scattered on the table there but puzzle don't fit together as of now.

    I am optimistic, but I still have to use my old XP computer to be able to build Ext JS 4.0.x using beta2 of Sencha SDK 2.0... My new project in SA 2 based on Ext JS 4.1 is still not possible to build using Sencha Cmd 3.0 as of b390 due to the Model issues, but knock on wood - I hope there is a solution by mid-December when I need to deploy.

    Cheers,
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    Hi,
    I totally understand your concern.
    Was just fyi if you did not know.

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    A recent Sencha blog post confirms that it's GPL or $1000:

    Sencha Touch Charts is now available as part of the Sencha Touch GPL framework, and as part of the Sencha Complete or Sencha Complete: Team packages.
    http://www.sencha.com/blog/whats-new...ncha-touch-2.1

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    Default jqPlot Charts

    jqPlot Charts


    Just grab jqPlot charts and be done with it. It's free.
    http://www.jqplot.com

    Too bad that sencha doesn't offer them for free. But I guess they have to make money to to stay in the business.

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    Default Don't forget highcharts...

    Don't forget highcharts...


    Don't forget highcharts...made for extjs and sencha. There are some cool examples on the web if you google them...

    :-)

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    Default They are simply stopping development of Charts

    They are simply stopping development of Charts


    By charging $1000, they are simply stopping development fo Charts. If they really need money, I prefer charing by $10 for each ST license to that $1000.