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    Obligated question: ExtJS 6.5 support, when?

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    You can expect SA 4.2 with ExtJS 6.5 and Cmd 6.5 (with ES6 ) support + many other improvements in couple of weeks

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    Hi

    You can expect SA 4.2 with ExtJS 6.5 and Cmd 6.5 (with ES6 ) support + many other improvements in couple of weeks

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    Looking forward to this release.

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    Our team uses SA exclusively for UI development. Would like to start new projects with ExtJS 6.5 and Cmd 6.5.

    Waiting patiently for SA 4.2's release.

    Cheers,

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    This is probably my biggest pet peeve with Sencha. Love their products, but Architect will invariably lag weeks behind the release of a new framework version. Seems like there would be better coordination.

    M. McConnell

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    Hi McConnell

    The SA 4.2 is already prepared for couple of days but we are struggling with 1 release blocker issue in regards to the app certificate on 1 platform.

    I am sorry for the delay
    Petr

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    Thanks, Petr. I appreciate your candor and your willingness to share this kind of information with your customers. It's very helpful.

    M. McConnell

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    Situation is vastly improved from the old days when it could take 6 months for Architect to catch up with Ext version. The current team is doing a great job - thanks guys.

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