On 19 Dec 2009, at 14:15, Frédéric wrote:

>>> Is it some sort of reference in js world, like Qt is? Is it
>>> based on Prototype?
>>
>> No, and no. :-)
>
> I found that Ext can use Prototype as an adapter. What does it mean?

The underlying functions that build up the components use the adapter  
you load. ExtJS uses its own Javascript framework by default, but by  
loading a different adapter, it will use that framework instead  
(Prototype, JQuery, ...). It's a bit like the database adapters in  
Rails, CakePHP, Symphony etc that allow you to use whatever database  
you prefer and abstracts it with a unified syntax layer on top of it.


Best regards

Peter De Berdt

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