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    Maybe this is top secret?!

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    Now that Windows 8 Desktop and traditional Windows programming is officially legacy...
    http://blogs.remobjects.com/blogs/jim/2012/03/09/p4057

    Are you working on supporting Sencha Touch on Metro?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jay@moduscreate.com View Post
    I remember when Microsoft touted their "gadgets" for vista. XD!
    hahah just like apple have done for over and over... and yahoo and linux, and everyone else for the last 20 years... heck I remember using gadgets back in windows 3.1.1 via installed software.

    Now android has them and they are hot again!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mschwartz View Post
    If it's still Windows under the hood, you will get best use of a quad-core processor. One core to run your apps, the other 3 to run your virus, malware, and spybot checkers.
    Haven't had a virus, malware or spybot in 14 years on my six windows pcs and 12 servers.

    of course mac is no different - apple now offer anti-malware / anti-virus even with the retina that I just ordered.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchellsimoens View Post
    Don't think it would be hard... use some meta tags to load certain libraries (or a small bootloading lib) so you can load either Ext JS or Sencha Touch based on device type and then you can load certain applications based on that also.
    Ok, so what about if I have a touchscreen laptop, and I want to use both touch and Extjs?
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    Hello guys,

    I would like to say about note because same plugins don't support yet on Metro Apps
    • Flash Player
    • Silver Light Player ( Microsoft Silverlight )
    • Real Player
    • Media Player
    • Java Applet ( Java Application / Java Lover )
    • and more different plug-ins
    We use only HTML5/CSS3/Javascript1 on Metro Apps. That is .
    • HTML5
    • CSS3
    • Javascript
    • PHP ( Call into Server or Client via Apache )
    • ASP ( Call into Server or CLient via Apache )
    Thanks for info
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    Ext Book - coming soon!
    Ext Twitter - coming soon!
    and Ext nice applications - coming soon....

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    Yes! Android is hot now!!

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