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  1. The setup instructions are in Appendix A, which direct you to download the exercise files from:
  2. We host all of the back-end REST services used in the exercises , so to a large extent, the "back-end" is irrelevant. There's nothing for you to set up on the server-side.
  3. It wasn't me who gave you the down vote.
  4. You get what you pay for.There is no other book out there that contains 60+ hands-on exercises leveraging free hosted, cloud-based web services.This is no ordinary book.
  5. Of course. All examples and exercises are available for download from either Github or Sencha Fiddle.
  6. And here's just one of the apps that you build by following the detailed instructions in the book:
  7. Currently, only chapter 1 is available for review at:
  8. There should be a Kindle edition available next week.
  9. It can be yours for only $99.
  10. Now Available: Sencha Ext JS 5 Bootcamp in a Book!

    Sencha Ext JS 5 Bootcamp in a Book teaches you everything that you need to know in order to build a cross-browser, x-device compatible,...
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    Use this instead:
  12. /**
    * @author Ed Spencer (
    * Transition plugin for DataViews
    Ext.define('Ext.ux.DataView.Animated', {

    * @property defaults
    * @type Object
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    Here's a blog entry that describes the solution:
  14. Not entirely sure it was fixed...had to manually call fileWriter.write() to make it happen as illustrated in the following blog...
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    I wrote a blog post that explains the process...
  16. Ah, got it...yeah, the line numbers were included in the screenshot. Anyway, glad that you confirmed it as an issue. Got any quick workarounds?
  17. > When it first throws the exception, what is it pointing to?

    Not sure what you mean by this? It fails upon instantiation.

    You can download the app from...
  18. It works if it's run in a window external to the dashboard.

    Ext.define('SpendingPortal.view.SponsorChart', {
    extend: 'Ext.panel.Panel',
    alias: 'widget.sponsorchart',

  19. Yeah, confirmed...not sure what the deal was with that one but it's now working for me as well. Sorry for the false reporting.
  20. I did a sencha app refresh followed by a sencha app watch.
  21. Upgrading an app and using charts compatibility mode in app.json:

    "requires": [

    The following error messages are output to console:

    [W] [Ext.Loader] Synchronously...
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    Yeah, I've been updating the codebase on my blog periodically at:

    (Now supports Internet Exploder)

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    I've created an Ext 4.2 / TinyMCE 4 component, along with a Sencha Architect user extension.
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    Here's an updated plugin that also supports Architect 3:
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    I've built a new SA 3 extension for TinyMCE, as well as added a number of new features:
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