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    Hi,

    What can I use in Touch for storing values in cookies like the Ext.state.Manager class from ExtJS?

    Thanks

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    There is no state management in ST
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    Is this by design or are there any plans on the roadmap to get state management support into ST?

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    Not a whole lot that really needs it. What widget are you needing it for?
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    I was using this object in an ExtJS application where user preferences could be stored and persisted between sessions. I need to provide the same functionality in my ST application, is this where Sencha.io can help?

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    You could use Sencha.io if you want things to persist cross-device. If you just want it on one device, you can save settings in a Store that uses lcoalstorage proxy... that saves data into the HTML5 localstorage. It has a limit of 5MB however.
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