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Bob C. (6) [Avatar] Offline
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Is EXT JS (or Sencha) most commonly used as an alternative to MVC frameworks like Struts, JSF, and Spring MVC? Or is the MVC framework incidental to Ext, that is, is Ext just "plugged in" to the framework in question? I'm referring to Ext UI components here, of course, and not the DOM traversal aspect of Ext.
jesus.garcia (463) [Avatar] Offline
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Re: Ext JS and Java MVC frameworks
With Ext JS, you're responsible for the MVC model. it's generally uncoupled from your back-end.

Generally, most people don't really use the 'view' of an MVC from the back-end.