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Enterprise Application Development with Ext JS and Spring by Gerald Gierer

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Chapter 13. Moving Your Application to Production

The development work is over and it is time to deploy our application to the production server. If only it were so simple! Enterprise applications require formal processes to be followed, customer or business owner sign-offs, internal testing, User Acceptance Testing (UAT), and many more such hurdles to be overcome before an application is ready for production deployment. This chapter will explore the following two key areas:

  • Using Maven to build and compile Ext JS 4 applications for production use
  • GlassFish 4 deployment and configuration concepts

We will start by examining the Sencha Cmd compiler.

Compiling with Sencha Cmd

In Chapter 9, Getting Started with Ext JS 4, we went through the process of ...

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