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Sencha Architect App Development by Loiane Groner

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Using third-party plugins (non-native plugins)

Plugins are a huge help when we want to develop something that is not available within the Sencha API. The plugins that are supported natively already come as an option in Sencha Architect, but there are a lot of plugins that are shared by other developers that we can find on Sencha Forums.

We want to focus on a particular case here, because we have already seen how to add a new property, and for some components, we can easily add the plugins or features property, and then add the plugin configuration. But the components that have native plugins supported by the API do not allow us to do so, like for instance, the grid panel from Ext JS:

We can only use the plugins and features that are available within ...

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