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    Default Answered: Sencha Cmd Packages with Architect (especially aria)

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    Some questions about Sencha Cmd Packages:
    • Just wondering if sencha cmd packages are on the near radar for SA3?
      • For example the ext-aria and ext-aria-theme packages are going to be popular with govt
      • Would be great if ext-aria package could be something you could drop onto the application node and it adds the js and theme to the project
    • Wondering if the 'package' button would be useful (split button)?
      • a package button could be used to retrieve packages
      • clicking the button could pop up a package explorer (like template explorer)
      • clicking on a split arrow could allow you to retrieve frequently (or last used or configured) package
    I guess this adds to the idea i sent Aaron about using custom RSS/JSON feeds to allow corporates to customise the feed to point to their own list of items (or in this case their own packages).

    The github APIuses a json feed, so if we could customise this feed using the same schema, it could default to a public github repository of common packages, and be customised to an internal url or internal script to aggrigate the feed.
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  2. SA3 does support Cmd packages however for now it's just a few that are tightly integrated. For instance themes, blackberry package.

    Having said that I should note that you can build w/ these packages by adding them to your project using Cmd. Cmd will add it to your app.json manifest.

    We agree this sort of thing can and will be made easier by having them in a packages area.

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    SA3 does support Cmd packages however for now it's just a few that are tightly integrated. For instance themes, blackberry package.

    Having said that I should note that you can build w/ these packages by adding them to your project using Cmd. Cmd will add it to your app.json manifest.

    We agree this sort of thing can and will be made easier by having them in a packages area.
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    thanks Phil, will use cmd for now for packages ;-)

    Aria is definitely one you need soon tho with All Australian govt depts having mandatory WACG2.0 AA on all projects now. I'm sure the EU and US aren't far behind.
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