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    Sencha Premium Member MichaelOstrovsky's Avatar
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    Default google AJAX libraries

    loading extjs directly from Google is a great way to increase extjs download speed and decrease load on server .

    http://code.google.com/apis/ajaxlibs/documentation/

    but i see few issues:
    1. latest version is not available (3.2.0).
    2. ext-all is not available, meaning that the optimization is very minor ( ext core is very small ).

    Is there someone in contact with those guys to manage it?

    Thanks.

    UPDATE: oh, i just noticed that ext have its own CDN : http://www.extjs.com/products/js/build/
    can i ask how distributed and reliable is it relative to google's ? ( e.g. accessing from far far lands )

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    IIRC, Google declined to host the full ExtJS library because the licence was not to their liking.
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    The latest public build (i.e. the full ExtJS library) is always available on the Cachefly CDN:
    e.g.
    http://extjs.cachefly.net/ext-3.2.0/docs/
    http://extjs.cachefly.net/ext-3.2.0/examples/

    i always link to those in my sig because accessing the CDN is much faster (for me at least) than accessing the docs / examples from the Ext servers (plus i would like to imagine it helps take a major load off the Ext servers )

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