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    Question Unanswered: Using jQuery and Ext Core together

    Unanswered: Using jQuery and Ext Core together


    I have a web app that depends on jQuery (or YUI) for some functionality. I've been using the adapter. Now I'm wondering if I can use Ext Js 3 with Ext Core 3, leave off the adapter, but still include the jQuery file to run that other functionality.

    Will there be conflicts if I run both jQuery and Ext Core 3 (without the jQuery adapter)?

    Thanks!

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    Nope, shouldn't be any conflicts.
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    out of curiosity - why?

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    The web framework I am using uses jQuery (or YUI) to run a garbage collection program and has numerous built in methods for use with Comet. I want to use Ext JS for interface components. The framework will inject a script tag to the GC code that requires jQuery. For the interface, I'm happy to go with all Ext JS.

    Does that answer your question?

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    Ext JS and Ext Core are not the same

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    I guess my response can be simplified to this:

    Is Core 3 a subset of JS 3? If I use Ext JS 3 -- with or without the jQuery adapter -- will I get all the benefits of Core 3?