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Sencha Architect 4 – Tips and tricks

Sencha ExtJS is popular JavaScript framework for building data-intensive, cross-platform web and mobile applications. It comes with unique visual app builder called Sencha Architect that released its latest version 4 in December.

If you don’t know Sencha Architect, it’s fully fledged IDE for developing ExtJS apps. Few months ago we talked about theming options in Sencha Architect. This time we will take a look at some tips and tricks how to speed up your work with Sencha Architect.

We will take a look at features in these Architect UI sections:

  • Project Inspector
  • Config panel
  • Toolbox
  • Design and code view
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