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  1. I just tried via the Console for an offline app in iOS Simulator: "window.location.reload()" and the app reloads. Where are you firing that reload event? Are you sure the code is being fired?

  2. I don't believe there are plans right now, but I will pass that requirement to the dev team for consideration. They are currently hard at work on the next release of Web App Manager, due for release...
  3. This isn't possible right now - the user makes the decision whether to download the updated app.

    If you needed to force an app to be updated right now, you could maybe delete the app entry in...
  4. Hi,

    Please can you check to make sure you're using the latest version of "space.js", from here:

    You will also need to save a local copy of space.js to the...
  5. Hi Rob,

    Apologies for the inconvenience this issue has caused; I can completely understand your frustration here.

    We would like to help get this resolved, and in order to do that I have a...
  6. @systemx: Apologies for the issues here - this shouldn't be happening! I'll send a PM to you shortly, to share contact info and help get this resolved.

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    Debugging can be achieved on the Windows desktop client, however the user that's logged in needs to have the "Developer" role enabled through the management interface for the User:


  8. Hi.

    We do also offer a custom branded version of the client apps, with your own app name, icon etc, that you are able to sign and submit to the respective app stores, so your users would see your...
  9. Hi Gaurav,

    Have you tried this using the latest version of the Web Application Manager clients from the app stores, and latest copy of "space.js" (from here:

  10. Hi Rob,

    Did you manage to get the debug client working again? The latest version can be downloaded from our docs here: (click on...
  11. Hi Rob,

    Sorry for the delay in responding to your post. I came across this same issue today myself.

    Seems to only affect archive-deployed apps, with the WebView not resizing its height...
  12. Frank, thanks for your interest in Sencha!

    Our products are licensed to named developers, so this allows you to deploy an unlimited number of applications to your customers for them to use,...
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    The multiple "get" calls should all return a promise - we will look in to why this isn't working as expected.

    There is a slightly different, recommended way of doing the same type of action that...
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    Just a quick note to say the GXT examples are back online.

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    Thanks, we're taking a look in to this now. I'll post an update once the examples are back online.
  16. Ext JS is licensed to named developers, and this allows you, as a developer, to deploy an unlimited number of applications to any of your customers for them to use, subject to the terms of our...
  17. Our frameworks and bundles are sold with the first year of support and maintenance as standard. There isn't an option to buy without.

    This does mean you will have access to all of the support and...
  18. You need to make the decision as to which license is best for your particular use case - Commercial or Open Source (GPLv3). Although the GPLv3 license has many terms, the most important is that you...
  19. To carry on getting access to support services, then support & maintenance needs to be renewed annually.

    You have the option of not renewing support & maintenance after the first year, but just...
  20. Ext JS licenses are now sold with support and maintenance as standard - there isn't an option to buy without.

    This does mean you will have access to all of the support and maintenance benefits,...
  21. All of the components shown in your screenshot are part of our Ext JS web app framework.

    With regards licensing, Ext JS is dual-licensed, meaning it's available as open source (under GPLv3), or a...
  22. Hi there. Thanks for evaluating Ext JS!

    The evaluation (trial license) is meant for your own internal evaluation and review purposes, and not for production purposes. I hope that clarifies things.
  23. Hi Stiofan,If you'd like to discuss licensing in more detail, please feel free to email me directly: I'll be happy to help clarify the licensing questions you have.
  24. Hi there. Apologies you've not had a reply from us yet. I've just sent you a private message with my contact details - please feel free to email me directly and I'll be able to assist.Many thanks
  25. If you purchased a license of Ext JS without support right now, you would get version 4.2.1.

    4.2.2 is only available to Support subscribers. The release of frameworks is explained in a bit more...
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