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    What deos EXT stands for man?


    silly question. but I couldn't find anywhere on this site a definition expalining what Ext stands for?
    is it "Extensions" ?

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    I have never seen this verified anywhere, but I believe you are correct.

    Since this project started out as 'yui-ext', and it was an extension to YUI, I have always assumed it was short for 'Extension'.

    Of course it has snowballed into its own free standing library, so I don't think 'Extension' is really a fair word to use anymore. Still sounds nice though.

    How was that for a waffle answer?

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    And what does JS stands for: "Jack Slocum" or "JavaScript"?

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    +1 for waffle answer. But you're right.

    It represents the flexibility to extend the library.

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    JS Stands for JavaScript....its just a nice coincidence that its also Jacks initials.

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    thanks guys. The word "Ext" alone just never made sense to me.

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    If you're not a native english speaker it might not make sense. But when I see Ext i think extend or extension.

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    Quote Originally Posted by evant View Post
    +1 for waffle answer. But you're right.

    It represents the flexibility to extend the library.
    In this case, the name makes 100% sense .

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    It makes as much sense as "Dojo" or "MooTools" Or "Qooxdoo"...

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    exactly. As much sense as "Dojo" or "MooTools" Or "Qooxdoo".
    However it is not immediatly clear because this 3 letter word "Ext" would be mistaken for an abbreviation of some meaningful name.

    I had asked this question because I have plans to purchase a licenced copy of Ext. But before doing that I wanted to find out what the official/legal name of the Ext JS foundation.

    so I guess 'Ext' it is.

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