Blog: Archive for JavaScript

Ext JS 7.0 Early Access

We are excited to announce the release of Ext JS 7.0 through the Early Access program. This release is packed with enhancements and exciting new features, with an emphasis on enhancing the Modern Toolkit. Read on to learn more about the release highlights. New and updated Modern toolkit components: Form Group (Checkbox, Radio Button) to easily […]

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Announcing Ext JS Upgrade Adviser GA

Ext JS Upgrade Adviser 1.0 Release We are excited to announce the release of Ext JS Upgrade Adviser 1.0. Ext JS Upgrade Adviser scans your Ext JS 4.x and 5.x applications and reports problems in the source code that need to be addressed before upgrading to a later Ext JS version (6.x). Ext JS Upgrade […]

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2019 Update: An Exciting Year for Sencha & Ext JS

2019 will be an exciting year for Sencha. Last week, I was honored to speak at the Sencha Community Conference in Germany, organized by eyeworkers GmbH. It was great to see the number of passionate developers that love Ext JS. We provided an update for our 2019 product roadmap, as well as a number of […]

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Introducing GridPlugins – Learn new ways to improve the Ext JS Grid

Guest Blog Post Introduction The Grid Panel is one of the most powerful components in the Ext JS framework. It has lots of features and plugins built in that enables developers to display data in various ways. One interesting feature of the Grid Panel is the Grouping feature. This feature allows you to group the […]

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The Rush to Open Source – But What’s Missing?

A cautionary tale of navigating modern development Introduction Search the Internet for “Open Source” and the number of hits is astonishing. The fact that open source has been accepted into the business mainstream is indisputable, as IBM’s purchase of Red Hat for US$34 billion proves. Or maybe it’s the rise of more or less open […]

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How to Animate your Ext JS Components

Sometimes we need to add animations to our application to make it more friendly or give it a more sophisticated look depending on how the animation is presented (e.g. components that slide off of the screen instead of simply disappearing and having the rest of the document abruptly shifting to the side). Here I’ll show […]

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Introducing Froala into your Sencha Applications

We are happy to share that Froala recently became part of the Developer Tools portfolio and Sencha family! Froala provides a drop-in WYSIWYG rich text editor with a simple but powerful user interface for developing and editing web content easier and faster. In addition to the text editor, the company’s products include more than 170 […]

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