View Poll Results: Would you buy a Sencha Eclipse Plugin license if it were a stand alone product?

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    Default Plan for a stand alone Sencha Eclipse Plugin?

    Plan for a stand alone Sencha Eclipse Plugin?


    If you really think about it, the eclipse plugin is just a way for developers to more quickly discover and use the extjs framework.

    I can still figure it all out by using the very clean online API documentation but having context sensitive code complete allows me to easily experiment and adopt the framework at a faster pace.

    Since many of us are in the same boat where we could convince our boss to instantly buy a license for just the eclipse plugin but never convince them to buy a huge package license has anyone come up with an online petition to offer a stand alone license for this tool?

    How many other people are like me who love the framework and will continue to try and learn it (slowly) while hoping for a stand-alone offering I can afford?

    I can't be the only one to not even install the 30 day trial for fear of liking it too much...

    The bottom line is that I believe Sencha will make more money instantly and exponentially due to the lower learning curve and quicker adoption rate of the framework simply by offering the eclipse plugin as a stand alone product.

    Certainly Sencha wants and deserves to increase their adoption rate and make money faster so how many signatures are needed to show them this is the case?

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    I don't use Eclipse, but would be interested in seeing how well the plugin works.
    Will not try it whilst it's tied to the Complete package though.
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    Exactly, I would just like to try it out but don't see the point knowing that I won't be able to afford a large package of other stuff I don't need at the moment.

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    Default I rather like to see Architect converted in eclipse plugin

    I rather like to see Architect converted in eclipse plugin


    I rather like to see Architect converted in eclipse plugin.

    UI: Sencha Architect 3.x / ExtJS 4 & 5
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    I'm using eclipse based ide "Aptana" for developing my web applications, and would greatly appreciate the ext.js eclipse plugin available without the whole "complete" package

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    as already said here