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  1. 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.

    Thanks.
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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.
  5. 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...
  6. 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...
  7. 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...
  8. 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...
  9. 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,...
  10. 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...
  11. 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.
  12. Hi Stiofan,If you'd like to discuss licensing in more detail, please feel free to email me directly: daniel.gallo@sencha.com. I'll be happy to help clarify the licensing questions you have.
  13. 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
  14. 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...
  15. I recently put together a map showing most of the Sencha Meetup groups: https://mapsengine.google.com/map/viewer?mid=zoDUAva4YFh4.kaIqIXkCThZM

    It looks like the closest ones to you at the moment...
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    Hi Allister,

    I've had a bit of time to do some reading on OAuth authentication with Twitter, and I'm sharing below what I've found out so far...

    It appears there are two ways of authenticating...
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    Hi, I've just sent you a private message with my contact details - please contact me directly and I'll be able to help you further.

    Thanks.
  18. Looks very nice! :)
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    You could try looking on our Sencha Market website, which has a Themes section: https://market.sencha.com. Alternatively if you want a custom theme developed, you could search for a local developer...
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    Hi there,

    I've just found your original enquiry and responded to the questions you had. Apologies for the delay.

    Thanks
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    Yes, this is correct - Sencha Ext JS is for producing desktop web apps that run across all the major browsers: IE6+, Firefox 3.6+, Safari 4+, Chrome 10+ and Opera 11+.
    Sencha Touch is for mobile,...
  22. Hi Marco,

    When doing "getUser", this is asynchronous so requires a callback function to get at the user instance. For example (from the documentation here:...
  23. I had a very similar error when I tested the packaging a few weeks ago - the solution for me was to execute the following command in Terminal before calling "sencha package build":


    export...
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    I believe an email will be going out soon to those who registered for the webinar. In the absence of that email though, the recorded webinar can be found on our Vimeo channel:...
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    Hi Evan,

    I've just replied to your original enquiry you submitted via the website - apologies for this being missed before.

    Thanks.
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