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    It seems Node.js is rather tightly integrated. How can we develop and deploy on a different web app like Tomcat or Weblogic? We need to have a java container whose scope is the browser session. We don't see that possible with Node.js.

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    Node is only used to build your app. The resulting bundle can be hosted on any server. ExtReact example just use webpack-dev-server in development for convenience.

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    Being a hack (non-programmer) it took me a while but I now see what you mean. By running,

    npm run build

    The build directory becomes the bundle to be placed into any web application. What is more, it looks like the extJS library and css are reduced down to just the components that are required. I suspect there would even be a way to change the build path to be the IDE's project web app directory so a build could directly be made into the IDE.

    Thanks Mark

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