Sencha Ext JS 5.1 is now generally available. With this release, we’ve added exciting new features that further improve the richness of the Sencha Ext JS framework, especially around building data-driven single page applications. Try it out and join us for our upcoming webinar on 12/18 to see all of the new features in action.
Read the latest tips from the Sencha Support team. Learn how to use ExtraParams in Ext JS 5 and how to take advantage of Dynamic Fields and Grid Columns in Ext JS 4.
If you want to develop apps for multiple devices and platforms and need help choosing the tools that will best fit your needs, check out this article and register for our upcoming webinar – Intro to Ext JS: Building Cross-Platform HTML5 Apps.
We’re excited to announce the availability of Ext JS 5.1 Beta. We’ve been hard at work adding exciting new features and responding to all the great feedback from you, the Sencha Community. Ext JS 5.1 comes with an entirely new selection mode for our grids (the spreadsheet model), along with other new components and enhancements including: 3D column and bar charts, enhancements to the draw package, a color picker, and the rating widget. Try it out and share your feedback in the Ext JS 5.1 beta forums.
Ext JS 5 helps you build powerful apps, and you can use the Google Apps platform to get exposure. The Google Chrome Web Store is a great place to promote your apps to everyone who uses Chrome. Learn how to create hosted Chrome applications in a few easy steps.
pixx.io is a modern and easy-to-use media management app for semi-pro and pro photographers, creative agencies, startups and SMEs. Read how they built their app using Ext JS 5 and Sencha Touch 2.4.
In our Space 1.2 webinar last week, we gave an overview of the challenges around application development, deployment, management, and security that developers and IT professionals in the enterprise have to handle. Read this post and check out the webinar recording to see a demo of Sencha Space and learn how it addresses all of these challenges by providing a managed runtime environment for HTML5 apps on desktops, tablets and smartphones.
Ext JS 5 introduced a new type of lightweight component – widgets. There are several widgets included in Ext JS 5. Using our sample ratings widget, we’ll show you how easy it is to build your own.
Plugins and mixins are classes that add extra functionality to another class. Learn what these classes are, how they differ, and how to put them to work in your Sencha apps.
Here are the latest tips from Sencha Support. Learn how to remove grid cell focus in Ext JS 5.0.1 apps, and why creating instances on the prototype is bad.