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    Default GraphQL and aws/azure/google servers

    Information/methods/store-connectors about connecting the ExtJS7 client to the server would be good, particularly to the major players (e.g. AWS Amplify with Graph QL).


    Server proxies handle the marshaling of data to a remote server. Examples of this type of proxy include
    AJAX, JSONP and REST.
    https://docs.sencha.com/extjs/7.0.0/...a_package.html


    https://graphql.org/graphql-js/

    The GraphQL Transform provides a simple to use abstraction that helps you quickly create backends for your web and mobile applications on AWS
    https://aws-amplify.github.io/docs/c...lchain/graphql




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    Great idea! Thanks for your feedback! I've queued it internally at EXTJS-28608.

    That'd be pretty slick to have ready to go connectors to the backends like that.

    Thanks,
    Brandon Donnelson
    Sencha Product Manager

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    Hi Brandon,

    I did put in a ticket for AWS Amplify, but after about a month they were too busy to give a proper reply.

    Regards,
    Damien

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    Thanks for the feedback. We haven't gotten to that request yet. I'm tracking it in our docs, aim to provide a good example of how to use it. I have a big docs focus going on. Sorry we haven't gotten here yet. I'm tracking the docs and will aim to provide more examples and angles to use our products...

    https://sencha.jira.com/browse/DOCS-625

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