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    Are there plans to support the Json Proxy ? And the Sencha MVC pattern ?
    We are currently using it a lot to populate the stores, and I would prefer this mechanism rather than having to use a BaseModel class...
    Currently we are working with JPA and MongoDB based backends

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    JSON Proxy Yes.
    Ext4j will support that out of the box
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    Sencha MVC not so.
    I believe GWT offers a better way to implement MVC/MVP and that s what Ext4j will support.
    Have a look at this video :

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kilmaSRq49g


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    hope to then upstream that to Touch4j

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    Any news on this really interesting project ?
    By the way really nice demo.
    Will it be opensource ?
    I saw that you have a PDF generator for Charts !. Awesome !
    Will that also be part of the library ?
    Really looking forward to working with Ext4j

    Franz

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    Thanks for the nice feedback.

    Work on Ext4j is still ongoing.
    My current work has priority so I only have eves to finish this.
    But really The first Release Candidate will be out soon.
    I wil update this thread every time something new happens in the library.

    1) PDF and Excel (clientside) will be supported out of the box inside Ext4j.

    2) The Desktop application will not be opensource. You will have to contact me to get it.

    Cheers

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    Sounds nice and all.Demo looks great.But when do you finally release ?It s been going for a while now ....Is there any real world code we can have a look at ?

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    Sounds really cool.This could be a great addition to Ext JS.Looking forward for the first release.Keep up the good work.

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    Impressive and promising indeed.
    I just checked the Grid export to PDF and Excel. Cool stuff !
    Also looking forward to use this.

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    Where exactly is the Grid PDF and Excel export ?
    Would be interested in those too.

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    @GxtUser1
    The explorer code is located here: https://github.com/eemi2010/ext4jexplorer
    Than can give you an idea about how coding with Ext4j will look like. Note that the API will change a lot till the RC release.

    @Hildebrandt
    Glad you like the export stuff . The waiting should nt be too long.

    @leandrobbsa
    Thx for the nice words.
    Grid Export to PDF and Excel is located here : http://eemi2010.github.io/ext4j/#GridExport

    The chart export tp PDF can be found here : http://eemi2010.github.io/ext4j/#ChartExport

    Cheers,

    Alain

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    Thank you for your work !
    That s really some cool stuff.
    Looking forward