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.
We’re off to an exciting start of 2011 and the team at Sencha would like to share our product roadmap for the rest of the year with the community and give some updates across the board.
SambaStream is an online software company that specializes in building innovative web applications for businesses. SambaJAM provides web-based tools for personal and business users, and is built using all Ext GWT components. Read more about their Ext GWT implementation in our latest spotlight article.
The Ext GWT Loading API provides a powerful and flexible design for retrieving remote content. Ext GWT team lead Darrell Meyer takes you through a demo app using DataProxies.
For those of you just entering the Ext GWT world, this is a quick guide for setting up your first project in Eclipse.
First up, what everyone wants to know: Commercial pricing for Sencha Touch will be $99 per developer seat. Read on for more details about Sencha Touch and to find out about Sencha Complete.
The Ext GWT team is happy to announce the availability of Ext GWT 2.2.0 beta. This release brings several improvements and new features. A full change log and online documentation can be found on the download page.
If you have worked with Java, you are undoubtedly familiar with the JavaDoc tool. JavaDoc is the de facto standard for creating API documentation based on comments in Java source code. Although JavaDoc documentation contains most of the information you are looking for, the way it presents that information leaves a lot to be desired. Sencha Docs offers a fresh take on API documentation for Java.