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    Default Answered: 503 Service Unavailable

    Answered: 503 Service Unavailable


    Is this service still supported? It has been inconsistent for me lately, sometimes the image loads and other times it does not due to 503 Service Unavailable error. I see this on the how-to blog as well
    https://www.sencha.com/learn/how-to-use-src-sencha-io/

  2. We're having some trouble with the image service today. It's running intermittently now, but it's being worked on and should be back up and running soon.

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    We're having some trouble with the image service today. It's running intermittently now, but it's being worked on and should be back up and running soon.


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    I keep getting the same in production. I am using this service in production, and I keep getting 503's. I don't know if I should pull the service. This has been happening for a while now.

    I also am hesitant to include the service in another project I am using. Could you please tell me if this is still supported and how to progress from here?

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    JavaScript fallback


    I also use the service and have had this problem. I've written a graceful JavaScript fallback you may be interested in using:

    https://github.com/ultrapasty/sencha-src-image-fallback

    It falls back to local SRCs if src.sencha.io returns an error on the first request. Feel free to take, use, modify etc.