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    There are better ways. If you want to dynamically load bundles or sub apps then have a JS file that a minified group of classes and then insert a script tag and load that minified file.
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    Agreed. And that minified script file can be loaded using Ext.Loader. I do this in an app to load user plugins on demand. The plugins all have their own minified script files and when the user requests the use of a plugin it is loaded via Ext.Loader. Once they load this file, it is never dynamically loaded again even if they quit the application. Only if they remove the plugin, will the need to use Ext.Loader to load it again.

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