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    Default PHP, TDD and ExtDirect

    Hey Guys,

    I'm fairly new to the Ext scene and im trying to weight up the pro's and con's of the Ext Direct vs Ext Ajax approach.

    I am using PHP as my backend tech.

    Im curious to know peoples approach to testing their API if Ext Direct only uses one endpoint.


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    Sencha - Support Team bjdurham85's Avatar
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    Have you had a chance to test/review the Ext Direct guide? It seems relevant to what you're trying to setup. **Either work just fine, ultimately up to you what back-end you'd like to use, and Ext Direct (once setup) is fairly straightforward.


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    Sencha Premium Member
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    I don't really see the point of Ext Direct with a PHP back end. We use AJAX with our PHP back end.

    If you are going to go the Ext Direct route I wouldn't worry about only having one end point. I used Adobe Flex with AMF for many years with a PHP back end and that only has one endpoint. I also have a PHP SOAP server that gets more than ten million hits per day and that only has one endpoint. It's all dependent on your server. We use RHEL6 Apache servers.

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