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    Default Answered: How to get an Ext JS Login Form that is browser autocomplete compatible?

    When you login in lot of web sites, you are often asked by the browser if you want it to remember the login/password, well I want to do the same and still be using Ext JS.

    I tried many things, it's pretty hard.

    This is a challenge! Are you up to it?

    By the way, people using Angular are also having problems with this...http://timothy.userapp.io/post/63412...-password-with

  2. Here's a fiddle triggering the browser's prompt for saving credentials, mocked up from the thread aforementioned.


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    Here's a fiddle triggering the browser's prompt for saving credentials, mocked up from the thread aforementioned.


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    This should be turned into a framework example, or incorporated into the example Ticket App!

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    @richardvd,

    Thanks for the excellent suggestion, I've opened a ticket for that (EXTJS-16113).

    Regards,
    Alex.
    Regards,
    Alex.

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    So great! I tested on Chrome, IE 8 and IE 11, all working. I concur that Ticket App should integrate this and other very popular concepts most apps are implementing.

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    My Chrome 40.0.2214.111 Ubuntu 14.04 (64-bit) doesn't work if blank.html really empty. It started working when I added the short text to blank.html.

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    Good workaround. I would recommend setting the action to "#" so that you don't get a 404 or have to add a blank static page. I tested it with "#" and it still saves entries for autocomplete.

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