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    Default Benefits of "sencha generate [model/view/controller]" - Metadata added?

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    In the "Using Sencha Cmd with Ext JS" guid http://docs.sencha.com/ext-js/4-1/#!/guide/command_app it explains how to Extend Your Application using the "sencha generate [model/view/controller]" command. Are there any benefits to using this? For example, does it add useful metadata to your app? Or is it exactly the same as just creating the Model/View/Controller yourself (which is quicker if you don't happen to have Cmd already open)

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    It will just create the class for you like you would by hand. If you needed to take action on the generation then you could create a plugin and handle it with Cmd for some automation.
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