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    Default Unanswered: Are you comfortable enough for use to use this for production coding?

    Should I stay with V2.2 or can I open my app in V3 and expect to have no show stopping issues?

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    Bruce -

    We do not recommend you using the beta for production development. I know many people have switched over to Architect 3 as their daily development environment but it's certainly at your own risk.

    I hope you have the time to check it out with some of your smaller projects and let us know if you encounter any issues.
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    Then let me try this question differently. If you find some serious bugs in this beta, when can we expect a new fixed version? (after watching your webinar today, I trust you explicitly!

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    Quote Originally Posted by blomasky View Post
    Then let me try this question differently. If you find some serious bugs in this beta, when can we expect a new fixed version? (after watching your webinar today, I trust you explicitly!

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    I can't speak to specific bugs but the plan is to roll out new beta releases every few weeks until our planned GA at the end of October. If there are specific bugs that you feel are showstoppers to the release, please make some noise on the forums here and we will consider them.
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    use version control, then if SA3 goes bazerk then you can restore your work ;-)
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    I wish that was true. yes, I am using SVN, but the problem is:
    1) I install SA3
    2) I do a lot more development, adding new classes, etc.
    3) If I roll back, I lose my new changes, and since there is no way to "import" or copy the new classes to the existing SA2 application, I am hosed.

    Now, if SOMEONE ever wrote an "Import your javascript class into SA and generated the appropriate metadata" program, life would be a bowl of cherries.

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    Hi Aaron,

    I want to try Architect3, where can I download the preview one?

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    As you mentioned, Architect 3 may be released at Oct. That's perfect timing for us. Where can get one to preview and play?

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    Click on the SA3 Q and a forum heading, and at the top there is an announcement with the link

    or if you're lazy like me click on this link : http://www.sencha.com/forum/announcement.php?f=117&a=44
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    Got it. Great thanks.