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    Default Ext JS 3.2 Air and Titanium documentation downloads.

    Ext JS 3.2 Air and Titanium documentation downloads.


    Air based documentation
    Titanium based documentation

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    I've found the local web documentation ( coming with the ExtJS package ) to be the best solution . Thats because the browser page-search, which is often extremely usefull.
    AIR don't have such ( don't know about titanium ).
    Just my bit of thought about those documentations.

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    Honestly, I don't download any of that mess. just the SDK/API and i'm good to go.

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