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    Default Form encryption

    Hi there,

    If this post is a duplicate, please forgive me but the forum search functionality is currently not working and apparently there aren't enough staff at Sencha to find the problem right now.

    I've built an Android app using Ext JS 7.0.0 (modern) and what I need to do now is implement encryption on the values submitted by a form to the server.

    It's nothing complicated. It's a straight up form.Panel containing a mix of textfield, numberfield, radiogroups and a textarea.

    Any advice please.

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    I guess that's a no then.

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    if you are submitting using https then they are already encrypted while in transit. Ext JS does not have any kind of encryption methods.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomdchi View Post
    if you are submitting using https then they are already encrypted while in transit. Ext JS does not have any kind of encryption methods.
    Thank you for you reply. Much appreciated.

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