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    Please marc, read this thread. Its not about dual...

    Please marc, read this thread. Its not about dual licensing. Its about the way GPL licensing is applied. And in my opinion this policy makes ExtJs unsuitable for open source. This forced me to...
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    I am sorry mitchell, seems we got into a loop:...

    I am sorry mitchell, seems we got into a loop: https://www.sencha.com/forum/showthread.php?296310-Is-ExtJs-open-source-or-not.
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    Oh, great! So, when I download the 6.2 version...

    Oh, great! So, when I download the 6.2 version and find some bugs, I than can use the GPL versions of say, 6.2.1 with the bug fixes? Then I am really interested.
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    You are absolutely right. I stopped whining,...

    You are absolutely right. I stopped whining, quite ExtJs and started using Qooxdoo and Webix.

    But that is not why I started this thread. I started it because I feel the claim that ExtJs is open...
  5. Thread: Is ExtJS dying

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    http://examples.sencha.com/extjs/6.2.0/examples/cl...

    http://examples.sencha.com/extjs/6.2.0/examples/classic/grid/filtered-buffered-store.html

    You do realize that's the official release I am pointing too right?
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    I go to the official sample site and try out a...

    I go to the official sample site and try out a sample. That's how I got there. But of course, when you call yourself iamright, who am I to discuss;-)

    Just a suggestion, if you publish examples on...
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    I have invested years in ExtJs and one of the...

    I have invested years in ExtJs and one of the reasons I gave up and feel that ExtJs is not a viable option is the shear amount of things that just aren't working.

    Just now I was looking at:...
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    ES6 introduces syntactic sugar for the same old...

    ES6 introduces syntactic sugar for the same old concept of the object constructor function, it doesn't introduce 'real classes'. Also, this explains.

    And that wasn't the real message of my post.
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    The article is written by Mitch and tries to...

    The article is written by Mitch and tries to explain why open source isn't that good. However, he fails to mention that the problems with a retracted open source package in npm started with the...
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    My advice to all, don't wast your time on this...

    My advice to all, don't wast your time on this issue. ExtJs isn't the only javascript framework, and I doubt if they can maintain their claim to be the best either. Long before the 5 developers...
  11. [CLOSED] Disappointing.

    Disappointing.
  12. [CLOSED] Configurable would be great.

    Configurable would be great.
  13. [CLOSED] I can understand that, but wouldn't it be trivial...

    I can understand that, but wouldn't it be trivial just to copy over the tid to id when creating the request and response objects? Then it wouldn't break prior implementations.
  14. [CLOSED] Yes, this is how the Ext framework implements it:...

    Yes, this is how the Ext framework implements it:



    However, this doesn't conform to the official protocol.
  15. [CLOSED] ExtJs RPC implementation doesn't comply to JSON-RPC protocol

    The JSON-RPC protocol dictates that both the request and the response object have an 'id' property. Unfortunately, the Ext implementation has implemented this prop as an 'tid'. So, my server side...
  16. Some more trolling, sorry. Then you really...

    Some more trolling, sorry.

    Then you really should have a look at qooxdoo. Qooxdoo is way smaller than ExtJs (so, don't feel threatened all you Ext zealots;)), particularly when it comes to the...
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    Adding to the confusing, this is an answer I got...

    Adding to the confusing, this is an answer I got as a reaction to a comment on a blog:



    This is all utterly confusing, sorry.
  18. I am such a 'troll' ;-) LOL. But I have been a...

    I am such a 'troll' ;-) LOL. But I have been a dedicated ExtJs user for years. But feel free to ban me.

    P.s. You could also look up the definition of trolling. Then ask yourself, who is the troll.
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    OK, that I truly get ;-)

    OK, that I truly get ;-)
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    Disagree, for the intended use of the framework,...

    Disagree, for the intended use of the framework, large scale responsive single page applications, a build tool is indispensable. I rather have a more reliable limited framework with the command tool...
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    It is exactly the uncertainty of the policy in...

    It is exactly the uncertainty of the policy in this matter which frustrates use of ExtJs as an open source framework. And my suspicion is that the most stable versions of the framework will be for...
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    I got my solution running with a minimum of...

    I got my solution running with a minimum of hassle using qooxdoo. I have implemented a short proof of concept using a mobile user interface setup (didn't get around doing this with ExtJs). It uses...
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    ExtJs can make their claim, but in spirit?

    This is the reaction I got back from the open source initiative:

    Casper,

    In mu own interpretation in / expectations for the spirit of open source software development, or "openness," I agree,...
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    Definition of OSS.

    I have to admit that I ventilated an opinion while this is actually a matter of definition. So, I put this question to the open source initiative:
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    You repeat what I observed (not by accident...

    You repeat what I observed (not by accident because I used your statement). Only, I interpret this as not really open source. As to 'not set in stone', yeah, we know by now. Compare this with (taken...
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