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Managing Projects with Sencha Architect

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The Project Inspector

Sencha Architect represents the directory structure of your application via its Project Inspector, located in the top-right corner of the app.

New project buttonTo start a new project, simply click the New Project button located in the top-left corner of the interface. Then click the Save button to save your project.

Sencha Architect will create class files for you on an as-needed basis. It will also automatically create the index.html file (named app.html) as well as the app.js file. You can define new, custom classes by clicking the [+] button on the Project Inspector and selecting the class option as depicted in illustration 36. You can also import custom classes that you created using an external code editor.

The project settings dialog, depicted in the image below, enables you to set a deployment folder for your project, which is typically placed into an HTTP accessible directory.

Setting the Deployment path

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