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One more time: what are we entitled to after that year, if we decide not to renew the support and maintenance?
Nothing (that is exactly what your...
Talking about updates.
What happens if we did were to purchase Ext. 6 licenses, but let support lapse the next year?
Our old license terms gave rights to minor version updates:
Then why did your June 2nd mailer only mention 5-user licenses under "Upgrade Pricing Comparison" ?
In which "getting current" means paying for past years we did not use support, or what?
10 Jan 2015 6:58 AM
Ext.js doesn't do any HTML escaping by default, not just in the table row...
Think the main problem for using Architect in an open source project would not be that Architect costs money.
But that it can only work with files created by Architect, and is unable to import...
10 Jan 2015 6:28 AM
GPL is "contagious" to everything that operates in the same process address space.
You don't have to open source your server side software.
However everything in the client side software has to...
9 Dec 2014 12:51 PM
Don't like the changes either.
Probably switch over to the GPL licensed version.
That repo was last updated August 22 2013, and doesn't have Ext.JS 5.
You are probably talking about the commercial license, or one of the license exemptions for software under a different license than GPL...
There is no such line in the GPL version available at:...
And why exactly would it be a violation to distribute the GPL version?
21 Apr 2014 2:20 PM
Worse in what way exactly?
I never found number of Google search results saying such or so a convincing argument in technical discussions.
21 Apr 2014 7:11 AM
That is about most Ext.Direct implementations being vulnerable to CSRF attacks by default.
- You are logged in as admin to a typical web application which uses Ext.JS for the frontend, PHP as...
21 Apr 2014 5:46 AM
Note that when I mention HTML encoding it is about converting < to < when displaying plain-text data. Something that does not happen in Ext.JS components like grids by default, and is a...
18 Apr 2014 7:29 AM
This backend -like probably all other Ext.Direct implementations- is vulnerable to Cross-Site Request Forgery attacks.
If an attacker is able to trick a user that is currently...
17 Apr 2014 11:48 AM
Was wondering if any effort is being done to help improve the security of Ext.js applications.
Even though Sencha seemed to start using "security" as a selling point for other products like Space,...
17 Apr 2014 10:27 AM
Can see the benefits of being able to disable it if you already have HTML formatted rich text serverwide that you specifically want to be displayed that way.
However recall that blindly...
17 Apr 2014 4:03 AM
It would be very nice if Sencha would use the opportunity to enable HTML escaping by default in version 5. And not just for the new data binding, but everywhere else as well, e.g. htmlEncode...
25 Dec 2011 6:24 AM
(but I cannot rely on Referer checking, if that is what you are aiming at.)
24 Dec 2011 1:12 PM
I was wondering if there is any easy way to instruct the Ext.Direct code to always send an extra parameter (nonce token) with all calls to the server?
I'm a bit concerned about the potential...
2 Dec 2011 12:25 PM
If an Ext.Direct script returns invalid non-json output (for example: due to php warnings), Ext always displays the message "Error parsing json response: null"
This is caused by the function:
Ayone tried to port this one to Ext.js 4 yet?
Got to the point where it throws a nice long stack trace on calling the show( ) method. :(
el is null
I have the problem that scrolling Lists does not work on a HTC Desire (Android 2.2) when the "viewport" meta tag is present (even with only: <meta name="viewport" content="">)
I tried setting...
One of my earlier projects.
NOC-PS is a software package for dedicated server hosting providers, that automates the installation of operating systems over the network.
27 Apr 2010 1:20 PM
Probably caused by the KDE QT plug-ins as well, I suspect they alter the look-and-file of those dialogs.
Would explain why it works for you, as Ubuntu uses Gnome, and Kubuntu KDE.
26 Apr 2010 10:54 AM
Found a workaround for Kubuntu 10.04 64-bit:
- Open ~/.config/Trolltech.conf in a text editor.
- Remove or comment out the following line:
Only works until the next reboot, after which...
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