Getting to know your application

When generating an Ext JS application using Sencha Cmd, we end up with a code base that adheres to the concept of namespacing in class names and in the directory structure, as shown here:

Getting to know your application

The structure created with Sencha Cmd's "generate app" feature

We should be familiar with all of this, as it was already covered when we discussed MVVM in Ext JS. Having said that, there are some parts of this that are worth examining further to see whether they're being used to the full.

/overrides

This is a handy one to help us fall into a positive and predictable pattern. There are some cases where you need to override Ext JS functionality ...

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