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Ext Speeder is a third-party tool that makes your Sencha Ext JS data grid queries blazingly fast. With Ext Speeder, you can perform data queries against databases that contain up to 100 million elements in as little as 10 milliseconds – dramatically improving the speed that your app can access the underlying data.