Pre-integrated and tested UI components
Ext JS includes the industry’s most comprehensive collection
of pre-integrated and tested high-performance UI components.
These components include HTML5 calendar, grids, pivot grid, D3 adapter,
trees, lists, forms, menus, toolbars, panels, windows, and much more.
Hundreds of user extensions are also available from the Ext JS community.
Secure from the ground up
Leverage Ext JS in the most security demanding environments.
Professionally supported and maintained, our framework is built
from one single source which leaves your team and app less vulnerable
and enabled to ship safely.
Power your team with MyGet Secure
Over 90% of your software stack are packages. Managing dependencies
is one thing, but knowing which licenses are being used is another.
MyGet makes it easy to inspect and manage licenses used across your feeds.
Ext JS is closely integrated with MyGet to ensure secure universal package
Drag-and-drop built for developers
Architect saves developers time by removing the need to type most
boilerplate code. Automatic code generation accelerates the development
of both desktop and mobile applications. Simply altering properties and
configurations of any Ext JS UI component in a WYSIWYG window eliminates
the human error that often occurs with manual coding.
Rich data analytics
Ext JS enables organizations to add powerful analytics capabilities
to their web applications with Ext JS Pivot Grid. It allows users to
summarize, aggregate and analyze multidimensional data to make more informed
Sophisticated data visualization
The D3 Adapter enables you to add sophisticated Data-Driven Documents
package (D3) visualizations such as heatmaps, treemaps, sunbursts,
and more to your web applications. Now you can create dynamic visualizations
that not only tell a specific story, but also help your users to explore their
data and understand what stories it has to tell.
The data package is protocol agnostic, and can consume data from any
back-end source. It comes with session management capabilities that
allow several client-side operations, minimizing round-trips to the server.
Using the ARIA package, you can create apps that can be used by people who need
assistive technologies such as screen readers to navigate the web.