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    iso - which gives a nice readable string representation e.g. "2012-11-12T00:00:00"

    The function on the model converts the string to a date without any js 'smarts' trying to do a timezone conversion

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    On a form submit, I have some dynamic fields and can't have model on the back-end as is seen in the example submit. I would like to have the fields all put into an object dynamically though. Is there a way to handle this with this direct implementation? With Web API I could just drop it in a JObject.

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    Will you be updating the project to support extjs5 and the latest .NET mvc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ttbgwt View Post
    Will you be updating the project to support extjs5 and the latest .NET mvc?
    Almost certainly not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ttbgwt View Post
    Will you be updating the project to support extjs5 and the latest .NET mvc?
    I think this should be quite trivial. I have forked the excellent solution and just recompiled it against the latest libraries. I did not yet tried it with MVC5, but I can't imagine that there would be major problems. Using the solution with ExtJs 4 did not pose any problems.

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    The original package has survives many ASP.NET MVC updates without problems or changes required. Currently on MVC 5.2.2 here without issue.

    I don't think ExtJS 5.x changed the Direct spec in any way from ExtJS 4.x

    I did some upgrade tests with ExtJS 5.0 and didn't encounter any Direct issues with the Ext.Direct library (although back on 4.2.2 for other reasons...)

    Thanks to @elishnevsky for your excellent work on this library