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    Default Unanswered: How to use dynamic loading of the Ext JS library so one file per class?

    We know Fiddle is for debugging, right?

    We know dynamic loading, so one file per class is for debugging, right?

    So how we use both together?

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    Fiddle will only load the all JS file for the framework, this is for performance with loading files from a remote server and to test your test case faster.

    The "files" you create for your test aren't real files, they are just dumped in as inline source in the generated HTML that is written to the <iframe>. The filesystem is just a faux filesystem, nothing is written to disk or anything.
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