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  1. Sticky: Sencha Test 2.1 is Now Generally Available

    We’re excited to announce that Sencha Test 2.1 is now generally available. This release is loaded with amazing features that simplify test creation, defect management, and visual testing.

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  2. Sorry, can you try now? The forum wasn't marked...

    Sorry, can you try now? The forum wasn't marked as being open as it was closed before the release when we created these couple forums.
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    Sticky: Sencha ExtReact is Now Available

    On behalf of the entire Sencha team, we’re excited to announce the release of ExtReact, our newest product. ExtReact is the most complete set of React components for developers to use in creating...
  4. Sticky: Sencha Themer 1.2 is Now Generally Available

    We’re excited to announce that Sencha Themer 1.2 is now generally available. With this release, you can theme applications developed with Ext JS 6.5 as well as ExtReact.

    Download Now:

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    Sticky: Sencha Cmd 6.5 is Now Available

    We’re excited to announce that Sencha Cmd 6.5 is generally available for download. This version of Sencha Cmd is recommended for use with the Ext JS 6.5 release.

    Download Now:

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  6. Sticky: Sencha Ext JS 6.5 is Now Available

    We’re excited to announce that Ext JS 6.5 is now generally available. Ext JS 6.5 delivers amazing new capabilities for the Modern toolkit, so you can deliver rich experiences for mobile and now for...
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    For Ext JS 6.0 and 6.2 yes, I would say modern...

    For Ext JS 6.0 and 6.2 yes, I would say modern for mobile. However, 6.5.0's modern changes that. I'm starting work to convert some apps over to modern, in some aspect 6.5.0 modern is better than...
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    Even the web client?

    Even the web client?
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    We keep a log of votes (which has caused your...

    We keep a log of votes (which has caused your user reputation to go down for number of down votes) and looking at the log, less than 20% of the number of users that voted on a post of yours was a...
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    We only support the version that is shipped with...

    We only support the version that is shipped with Ext JS. Replacing it may or may not work and we do not provide support for that scenario. As for v4 of d3, Ext JS 6.5.0 will be shipping with v4...
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    Hmm, that should work. I'm going to be working on...

    Hmm, that should work. I'm going to be working on fiddle next week ahead of the reactor launch so if I have time I'll be able to look at why it's not finding it. The issue is I save everything to a...
  12. Further more, you don't need to fill out...

    Further more, you don't need to fill out everything in index.html, fiddle will create that for you. That "file" should only be used if you need to add some static HTML in the <body> of the generated...
  13. Check out @richardvd post in another post of...

    Check out @richardvd post in another post of yours (here) along with my followup.
  14. A quick note to add to @richardvd's answer, yes...

    A quick note to add to @richardvd's answer, yes your files need to reside in the app directory. This is because of Ext.app.Application's appFolder config, by default it's set to 'app' which means the...
  15. Fiddle doesn't inspect your source like Sencha...

    Fiddle doesn't inspect your source like Sencha Cmd does since Cmd is a command line tool, it's not available to a web app. Therefore, you have to tell Ext JS about it.
  16. This is due to this code: Ext.application({...

    This is due to this code:


    Ext.application({
    name: 'School',
    mainView: 'Assets.view.Viewport'
    });

    Two things:
  17. The way I debugged it is I saw the errors and...

    The way I debugged it is I saw the errors and looked at what framework you were running. Once I saw it was modern toolkit, I knew instantly that modern doesn't have those classes. I guess it's just...
  18. Fiddle isn't mean to be a development...

    Fiddle isn't mean to be a development environment, it can serve as one but it's not designed to replace an editor/IDE for your project.

    As @alexander.urban says, Ext JS and Cmd do not require...
  19. Your fiddle is marked to run with 6.2.1 Modern...

    Your fiddle is marked to run with 6.2.1 Modern Triton, the modern toolkit does not have an Ext.grid.Panel (it's Ext.grid.Grid) or an Ext.toolbar.Toolbar (it's Ext.Toolbar).
  20. Thread: Router

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    I do advocate the router being used, in fact when...

    I do advocate the router being used, in fact when I created it back for 5.0 I implemented it in the KitchenSink right away.

    The issue with the docs and guides is you also have to think about...
  21. A contacts example sounds like an app we call...

    A contacts example sounds like an app we call pheonix internally and is built using Ext JS 6.5. This app of course cannot be made available until 6.5 is made available which should be in the new...
  22. Thanks for posts guys, this is exactly what I was...

    Thanks for posts guys, this is exactly what I was hoping for: a friendly conversation about each pros (and cons) that may lead to bettering each tool in the future.

    As for replaying, I can...
  23. First, the URL is not sencha.fiddle.com but is...

    First, the URL is not sencha.fiddle.com but is https://fiddle.sencha.com

    Second, it is very possible your location and internet connection may be playing part here. We host the servers on AWS in...
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    While I personally haven't created an...

    While I personally haven't created an apples-to-apples comparison app between the two toolkits, high level thinking says modern should have better performance as we don't have to have legacy things....
  25. This does look extremely useful. I know you may...

    This does look extremely useful. I know you may hate this question, but was wondering what difference (good or bad) this would have with RootCause that was recently announced?
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