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Ext Core 3.0 Beta Released

April 04, 2009 | Tommy Maintz

As we approach the three year anniversary of the initial release of Ext, the Ext Team is proud to announce the immediate availability of Ext Core 3.0 beta for download. Ext Core provides a cross-browser consistent API for performing the most common tasks in JavaScript development for web pages. Ext Core is released under a permissive MIT license - there is no cost to use Ext Core - it's free for everyone. Drawing upon our experience creating rich user interfaces, we isolated the most powerful features used to enhance new or existing web pages. Ext Core is a subset of the upcoming Ext JS 3.0 release optimized for speed & file size. Developers familiar with Ext JS can leverage their existing skillset to provide an enhanced user experience to their web pages.

Ext Core Overview

Ext Core distinguishes itself from other JavaScript libraries with a well defined object-oriented structure, which enables you to write clean and reusable code. Ext Core provides cross-browser abstractions for:
  • DOM manipulation and traversal
  • CSS management
  • Event handling
  • Dimensions and Sizing
  • AJAX and JSON Support
  • Animations
In addition to providing cross-browser abstractions for the DOM, Ext Core also includes some of the most used and popular utilities from Ext JS.
  • Classical Inheritance Class System
  • Observable Class
  • Markup generation and Templating
  • Timed code execution
  • URL encoding and decoding

Library Size

Ext Core is perfect for inclusion in a dynamic web page or even a small application. We have gone through the source with a round of refactoring aiming to get the best possible compression. Considering all of the included features, Ext Core has a small footprint. It has a compressed footprint of 25K minified and gzipped.

Ext Core Manual

Another aspect of Ext Core that sets itself apart from other libraries is the Ext Core Manual. Written by the authors of Ext Core, and reviewed by the community Ext-perts, the Ext Core Manual provides beginners and experienced developers an in-depth view of how to use every aspect in Ext Core. No method or class has gone uncovered. This mini-book (75 pages printed) is meant to amplify the existing API documentation. We encourage everyone, including Ext JS users, to read the manual to sharpen their understanding of Javascript and Ext.

Examples using Ext Core

To illustrate the capabilities of Ext Core, our team built a few of the most commonly used extensions on the web. They also serve as a great reference for creating your own extensions. Given the small footprint of Ext Core, we were able to embed the Example Explorer into this blog post. These examples are freely available to be used on your web pages today.  

DomQuery and CompositeElementLite

DomQuery provides high performance selector-based element retrieval. It supports most of the CSS3 selectors specification, along with a few custom selectors and basic XPath. A common use case when working with the DOM is manipulating a collection of elements. Using an instance of CompositeElementLite, Ext Core allows you to interact with a collection the same way you would with a single element. Here is an example of adding a class to a collection of elements. // selects a collection of elements and adds the class 'myCls' to each one. Ext.select('div:has(> span.someClass)').addClass('myCls');

Event handling made easy

Ext Core's event handling abstraction gives you cross-browser normalized event handling and support for custom events. On top of that, it provides configuration options for delaying, buffering, delegating, and targeting events. In the example below, we update an element to indicate a click event occurred. Ext.fly('elId').on('click', function(e, t){ // e is normalized cross browser event object // t is the target element // Update contents of the element with id "log" to notify the user of the event firing Ext.fly('log').update('You clicked on the element with id: ' + t.id); });

Ajax Requests

Ext Core has a clean cross-browser abstraction for making XMLHttpRequests. It gives you an intuitive API to retrieve and send data to the server without requiring the page to refresh. Take a look at a basic Ajax request using Ext Core : Ext.Ajax.request({ url: 'serverSide.php', success : function(r){ // using the built-in Ext JSON support var data = Ext.decode(r.responseText); // data is now a regular Javascript object console.log(data.items[0].title); } }); If all you need to do though is update the contents of an element you can use the shorthand version: Ext.fly('elId').load({ url: 'serverSide.php' });

Some final words

With 70,000+ registered members on the Community Forums and a company dedicated to making Ext "a foundation you can build on", we hope that this core library will find its way into many of your dynamic web pages and make your lives as web developers easier and more enjoyable. We had a lot of fun putting Ext Core and the examples together, and we are looking forward to seeing the great things you will create using it.

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David Davis

6 years ago

Awesome. Great job guys!

Joe

6 years ago

Yea - how sweet it is.  Thanks ExtJS - you show again why you are tops.

Joshua McNeese

6 years ago

happy day!

Bryan Brandau

6 years ago

Great job guys.  Look forward to updating our core code.

Dan

6 years ago

Congratulations - it looks fantastic and the choice of licensing is sure to bring more developers to the full Ext library.

INeedADip

6 years ago

First off…looks great and can’t wait to play with it.
You decided to get rid of the Date.format function eh?  I found that pretty useful..

Michael

6 years ago

Finally! Now we may start te major migration of TargetProcess user interface to ExtJS wink

Pieter

6 years ago

Congratulations! Looking forward to updating our core code

Ajax??????????

6 years ago

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Ext JS?Ext Core 3.0????????????????
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Paolo

6 years ago

Great work .. as usual!

el

6 years ago

Great Lib, your framework is #1.
I look forward to Ext JS 3.0

AjitK

6 years ago

Great move! It can now be used as a great add on on top of jQuery and other libraries.

Shibu

6 years ago

Congratulations

Nils Dehl

6 years ago

Well done!

Thorsten Suckow-Homberg

6 years ago

Great news, it became almost unbearable to wait for your new stuff!

Keep em comin!

Serkan Yer?en

6 years ago

Great job again Jack. Congratulations.

I wonder, if I don’t provide an image source for “Simple Tabs” or “Carousel” will the library load the images from extjs server or does it leave them blank?

I mean is it required to include all images with the library?

Gary Gilbert

6 years ago

Congratulations on this release I look forward to trying out your new features!

http://www.garyrgilbert.com/blog/index.cfm/2009/4/4/EXTCore-3-Beta—Available

Terence Namusonge

6 years ago

Excellent as always - really chuffed about the refactoring

Frank Mayer

6 years ago

Great Core API. Well thouhgt of. Licensing is great and should be interesting for even more developers to jump in, learn and implement it. I started with extjs early 2007 and it’s been fun all the way. Great, Jack & Co!
Can’t wait for the official 3.0 Release of the complete framework.

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6 years ago

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6 years ago

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elishnevsky

6 years ago

Fantastic! Great job, guys.

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6 years ago

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Jonathan

6 years ago

This is perfect timing.  I was just looking for a lightweight carousel + lightbox for my web page.  I love it.  Ext Core is a beautiful implementation - another masterpiece from Ext.  Congratulations, you guys deserve it!

DigitalSkyline

6 years ago

Nice… this will greatly reduce the code I currently use and help me standardize on Ext! Can’t wait to see what else is coming down the pipe!

hernry

6 years ago

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Peter Kellner

6 years ago

Congrats to the whole team!  you guys are awesome.

Leo

6 years ago

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Boah

6 years ago

Thank you! Congrats!

How do I have to percieve the Core? Are the layout manager, tree, etc. not part of this?

Thanks!

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6 years ago

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Brendan Carroll

6 years ago

Yeah baby!

reza

6 years ago

Is drag & drop planned to support in Ext 3.0 core?

Kevin

6 years ago

Awesome!  Fantastic work Tommy.  Clean and elegant examples - love it!

joey

6 years ago

come on !!!  extjs go, go ,go

zgsteel

6 years ago

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6 years ago

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Tolstoj

6 years ago

Great!
While reading the docs I found a small typo in the Ext Core Manual-Element-Manipulation

Current:
And finally lets look at ‘afterEnd’.
Ext.fly(‘elId’).insertHtml(‘beforeEnd’, ‘Hi’)

Should be:
And finally lets look at ‘afterEnd’.
Ext.fly(‘elId’).insertHtml(‘afterEnd’, ‘Hi’)

Cheers
Thomas

anya

6 years ago

it’s beautiful!

mabello

6 years ago

This is a great news.
But I was expecting to see the XTemplate class into the core library though…

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6 years ago

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6 years ago

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Darre

6 years ago

The look is great.  How about implementing that them for ExtJS and ExtGWT.  This would make apps look more non-app like?  How easy would it be to do?

Good job though smile

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6 years ago

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6 years ago

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6 years ago

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galdaka

6 years ago

Congrats!!!

Chris Westbrook

6 years ago

This is a big milestone for Ext and I am personally very excited.

Having a powerful core library that is fast, small sized (KB), and backed by a commercial company that is 100% committed (and focused) on the development of a solid JavaScript library is very comforting.

Even beyond the success of Ext Core, is that once I graduate past a simple website, I know that ExtJS is waiting for me. No longer do I have to worry about some small 3rd party *jQuery* plug-in to do something my clients require. Gone is the worry that they will update and develop for years their ‘project’ plugin.

Now I can give my customers the confidence that what they have is solid, reliable, and extensive framework for… what’s the tag line… “A Foundation You Can Build On”. Which is exactly true, our applications sit right on top and use all of the great Data Grids, Border Layouts, Ajax, and so on.

So here is +1 Thumbs Up on a great tool and thank you Ext for giving us the tools to succeed on our web based applications… (and now front-end websites with Ext Core ;p)

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6 years ago

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Chris Westbrook

6 years ago

I was reading @Tal feelings and recommendations post and I could not help but to share another point(s), because I personally feel the old licensee issues are over discussed.

1.) Respect the past, but don’t live there.
To most developers I say, “Quit complaining and get out their and DO. PRODUCE”. Think about the Time and Energy wasted trying to remind everyone of some indirect *harm* you(the complainers) experienced while a talented start-up company discovered their product positioning within a tough, over-crowded, market.

I am sure everyone of us have had growing pains in our lives… Ask yourself how would you like to be treated? Would you like to relive those moments at every turn?

2.) We all love Open Source and yes our clients do too. But what they love more is the paycheck home to support their family or life.

The marketing guys at Ext don’t do a lot to show where their product has been successful. If you want a great *Case Study*, look at http://www.SalesForce.com and how they have used ExtJS as their library of choice. We should all hope to be as lucky as them and our web applications.

You(the complainers) might turn and ask yourself are YOU missing out on something because you are stuck in the past looking at licensing? Why would you NOT tell your customers to go with Ext? I for one want my customers and clients to be successful.

In closing, if a company likes SalesForce.com is willing to bet $739 million(2007 revenue) dependent and centered around a JavaScript framework, I want to give my clients the same opportunity and long term trust!

Can we get back to checking out more of Ext Core 3.0 (beta) now?

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xingcy

6 years ago

great job!

jobs

6 years ago

we love ext 3.0

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6 years ago

Great Jobs!!

Robert

6 years ago

Pretty cool.  Great documentation!  I see why all my friends have been trying to get me to use Ext.

??

6 years ago

Could you please explain us how to upgrade to this version from 2.2?

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6 years ago

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Roy

6 years ago

Cool.

The Ext.Ajax.request({...}) example has a missing comma after the request URL.

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6 years ago

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pckabeer

6 years ago

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jack li

6 years ago

It’s Beautiful,Very good!!

Billy

6 years ago

waiting for final release !!!

mephius

6 years ago

ext-core.js in ext-core-3.0-beta1.zip package is missing Ext.util.JSON ? Had to add it manually from build directory…

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Imran

6 years ago

Excellent Guys, keep it up.

Marketing Guy

6 years ago

Excellent job! I use ext in all my websites. Cant wait until the full 3.0 is out. I am hoping for smaller file sizes and more speed.

Apple

6 years ago

“Wether you are new to or an experienced user of Ext…”

Isn’t it a mistake?
May be you mean “whether”? smile)

longware

6 years ago

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Fredrik Wendt

6 years ago

The ExtCore API Docs for Ext.Element contains a broken link to Ext.CompositeElement - should be ...Lite

Fredrik Wendt

6 years ago

The Ext Core Manual contains a formatting error:  ‘Hey {0} {1}’, how are you?’, (the ’ after {1} shouldn’t be there.

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6 years ago

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ferdinanddwi

6 years ago

AMazing…..

Thanks for u all.

srini

6 years ago

I have Ext2.2.1 application , How can I port the app to Ext3. Anybody has any idea.

shawsar

6 years ago

It’s so cow B. I like it

Original Sin

6 years ago

When will the full 3.0 be released?

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6 years ago

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6 years ago

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Mike

6 years ago

As a avid Mootooler, I Must say that this package pretty sweet for its size. Can we Have the manual offline?

Continuous Investigation

6 years ago

Ext Core - a new weapon in your arsenal…

This means that Ext Core becomes a viable alternative for jQuery: it’s also lightweight and free, and has fantastic community support…

Grzegorz Borkowski

6 years ago

[...] Ext Core becomes a viable alternative for jQuery: it’s also lightweight and free, and has fantastic community support [...]

Eric Berens

6 years ago

Nice article Tommy and conference session on Ext Core this past week. Great job.

Napolux

6 years ago

Hey, good job but where is all the “interface part” of ext? raspberry I’ve clients that want to use the shiny new 3.0 version!!!

van_as

6 years ago

Awesome!!!

Deepen Dhulla

6 years ago

Looking forward to Ext JS 3.0 for use.

Felipe Damiani

6 years ago

Good! Congratulations guys!!

Att,

Felipe Damiani

MikeC

6 years ago

@Mike: Yes, there are offline docs available though it’s a slightly outdated version and perhaps only to test Ext’s Adobe AIR support. Found here:
http://jackslocum.com/blog/2008/02/14/air-docs/

Miguel Mello

6 years ago

Great job guys and thank you for ExtJS existence.

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6 years ago

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dajianshi

5 years ago

I can’t believe it!

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5 years ago

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gengen

5 years ago

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Thank you! Congrats!

How do I have to percieve the Core? Are the layout manager, tree, etc. not part of this?

Thanks!

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5 years ago

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Jens

5 years ago

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I want to code with your framework. Have fun!

rob

5 years ago

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