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    Hi all,

    is anybody working on something like this but ExtJS based?
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    It's on the roadmap. Nice example though.

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    that is pretty neat

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    Nice,
    it's in the Roadmap for 3.2
    http://www.extjs.com/products/extjs/roadmap.php

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    Yes, I've seen "Mobile Components" on the roadmap, anyway, is it something like that jQTouch?
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    wow.. cool stuff..

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    Noticed the road map changed on friday - the 3.2 release no longer lists 'mobile' apps (as part of that release) - really interested to find out what direction ext.js is going in developing mobile apps (whether helping with iphone dev or other platforms)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by franksmejk View Post
    Noticed the road map changed on friday - the 3.2 release no longer lists 'mobile' apps (as part of that release) - really interested to find out what direction ext.js is going in developing mobile apps (whether helping with iphone dev or other platforms)?
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    Default Mobile Apps removed in Ext.js road map?

    thanks for the quick reply - using " CSS and Javascript for building applications." is definitely the approach...
    I guess I was asking (more directly if that ok) - why there was something called 'mobile apps' on the release schedule, then that was removed?

    And related to this thread it was remarked that a / the developer of jqtouch was now working with ext.js - so was thinking that there would be something similar developed for placing ext code into a container (of sorts) for the iphone...?

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    Quote Originally Posted by franksmejk View Post
    I guess I was asking (more directly if that ok) - why there was something called 'mobile apps' on the release schedule, then that was removed?
    It was moved off the roadmap because mobile is separate from our desktop offering - no other reason.
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