From government policies, regulations and compliance requirements to securing high-risk sites, inspection functions, updating the infrastructure, capturing accurate site, wellhead, and substation information, writing reports and preventing cyber-attacks, the Energy industry faces a lot of critical risks that can be hard to manage without a reliable solution to display data correctly.


Ext JS provides the kinds of UI components that help developers shave weeks or months off their schedules, giving insights and visibility to help manage the challenging Energy business. D3 data-driven UI elements help provide context for the data.

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Using Ext JS and Architect lowers our Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) because developers can focus on each project and fulfilling business requirements — while not having to recreate components for every project. The flexibility of the Ext JS frameworks has allowed us to extend and seriously customize existing components to fulfill our needs. We don’t have to “create from scratch,” we can completely customize components to help us fulfill our business requirements.
Executing a cost benefit analysis is another clear indicator of the benefits of a strong framework and component reuse …
Ext JS and Architect are fantastic tools for creating web or mobile applications. Ext JS has great frameworks and toolsets that are robust with very flexible and extensible components. Ext JS is well suited for creating enterprise-level applications with large amounts of data, while other frameworks like AngularJS or jQuery really aren’t created for that purpose. When building large data intensive applications, I’ve found it best to use a tool that has been designed from that perspective. Sure you can get just about anything to work, but you will probably sacrifice stability and maintainability in the process. If you have an application that is data intensive, needs to be fast, and requires a complete customized UI, you should use Ext JS and Architect.

Peter Tierney, VP of Technology

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