In a previous article, we discussed the charting library as a whole. However, there is far more to the Sencha GXT 3 charting library than was covered in that introduction. This article discusses a number of the more intermediate and advanced features that you can use — including tweaking the data store backing your chart. With some simple changes to the basic chart setup, you can make your visualizations even more explanatory and expressive.
We’re excited to announce the general availability of Sencha GXT 3.0! Sencha GXT, previously known as Ext GWT, is our Java based web application framework that leverages the Google Web Toolkit compiler. With the Sencha GXT 3.0 framework, developers can build high performance web applications with cross-browser compatibility across all desktop browsers.
The Ext GWT 3.0 State API provides the ability to persist state information. The API supports saving state data to different persistence providers. These include providers based on cookies and HTML5 local storage. The data are saved and retrieved as a map from string keys to string values. State data are serialized to strings and deserialized to objects via the bean-like interfaces of GWT AutoBeans. This data is retrieved asynchronously, and this allows for asynchronous providers such as those that communicate via RPC.
We’re constantly updating Sencha Learn with new content for many of our products. Read on to find out what you might’ve missed.
Today we are happy to announce the availability of Ext GWT 3.0 Beta. Read on to find about our future plans for 3.x, and a special promotion going through December 2011.
The Ext GWT team has been hard at work on Ext GWT 3.0 and we’re happy to announce the availability of Ext GWT 3.0 PR5. This will be the last developer preview release as we move toward our 3.0 beta releases. There are a tremendous number of improvements and features added since PR4. As a result, we are closing in on being feature complete.
It has always been a challenge to draw objects in GWT because SVG and VML are not supported out of the box. In Ext GWT 3.0, we solve this problem by providing a draw framework that runs everywhere, from IE6 to the latest Chrome that is developed as a pure GWT library.
Today we are excited to announce Ext GWT 3 Developer Preview 2. This release features the long awaited UiBinder support, new container and layout architecture, and a raft of bug fixes and general improvements.
With Ext GWT 3.0, we have introduced a new way of rendering the view and styling a widget. This approach, introduced by Google, is very flexible and has many advantages to the previous method. Darrell Meyer provides a glimpse into the appearance design of Ext GWT 3.0.
The Ext GWT team has been hard at work on our Ext GWT 3.0 release. We are happy to announce the availability of our first developer preview release.