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    I am trying to integrate EXT JS to our MVC 5 application but unfortunately I can find only threads and questions about MVC 3 and MVC 4 support. Is there a way to do it?

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    What do you mean by "MVC 5" application?
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    We currently have a MVC 5 website in which we would like to have a View that displays data in a tabular manner were planning to use ExtJS filtering plugin. Is it possible?

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    That still doesn't answer my question (but the edit is better than the "Yes" that was there):

    What do you mean by "MVC 5" application?
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    ASP.NET MVC 5

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    Your choice of server-side platform you use has nothing to do with Ext JS. If your server-side application can respond to HTTP requests with JSON data, you can use Ext JS.

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    Does it matter what server do we use, Apache or IIS?

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    Quote Originally Posted by klalova View Post
    Does it matter what server do we use, Apache or IIS?
    No, Ext JS is just JavaScript. We have a recommended structure for how you have application files but this does not matter what server you use. I've used Apache, nginx, Node, and jetty without changing anything.

    The only trouble you will have is what structure your server side framework wants and how you want things to work. For example, I have the same server side code for all environments (dev, testing and prod) and it needs to target different builds for the client (dev, testing or production build) automatically so some server-side magic may need to happen (server side language as a proxy or rewrite rules).
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    I am new to ExtJS 5. if i want to setup a MVVM Application, what are the basic includes i would need. I am aware of the Sencha Cmd way, but i want something simpler 1) Create an Emoty ASP.NET Web Application using VS 2012 2) just include the associated JS/CSS files or maybe themes. After i downloaded the EXtJS 5.0 trial version though i found the ext.all.js not sure where the CSS // resource files are ?

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    I only use the model and controller of asp.net MVC. I just redirect to Ext's index page instead of the asp.net view in the HomeController. I have yet to spend time to figure out integrating publish profiles with Sencha CMD to create a production version. I'm not much of an asp guy though. I would be interested in how other people have used Ext with asp.net MVC. Most of my back-end experience is with PHP.

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