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    Interesting time for Opera ...

    I wonder if it might soon be a Sencha Touch / EstJS support platform?

    Feb 12
    "On the same day as announcing that Opera has 300 million users, we're also announcing that for all new products Opera will use WebKit as its rendering engine and V8 as its JavaScript engine. ..... The first product will be for Smartphones, which we'll demonstrate at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona at the end of the month. Opera Desktop and other products will transition later."

    http://my.opera.com/ODIN/blog/300-mi...move-to-webkit



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    We do not have any official statement on this at this time.
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