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    I am trying to setup our development environment without having to rely on apache as a reverse proxy to the backend. I was wondering if there were a way for me to use the jetty server started via sencha-cmd to proxy to our server web application.

    I know it's not that big of a deal to setup the apache proxy.. but I like devs getting used to sencha cmd early on.

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    There isn't much in means of configuring the jetty server, it's meant to directly host the Ext JS/Touch app.
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