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    I couldn't agree more with Gerard Pastis (love that name .

    All of this looks like scam anyway.
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    hello everyone,

    thanks for the additional feedback.

    All of this looks like scam anyway.
    scam like the fieldmanager or the starRater? feel free to visit me if you want to see the grid in action.

    i am fine with contributing bugfixes and small ux. a project of this size requires lots of time, for example upgrading it always to the current ext js version, making ux work, support. without charging money for it, i won't be able to give the grid the priority it might need. and we are speaking of 2-3 months of additional development time to create the "tobiuCondorGrid" and the combined version with thorstens liveGrid.

    the pricing is not yet done. if there were 20 companies willing to pay 500, it would be fine too (more people would further decrease the price). the licensing-model if also still open. maybe there will be a free GPL-version and the code could be made public. not yet decided!

    so, if this project is interesting for you, let me know.


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    What is the earliest we can expect a release? $300 sounds like a good number

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    Quote Originally Posted by tof View Post
    It looks like great work, but why didn't you give a benchmark with more rows ?

    Indeed 230ms is slow but acceptable, and reducing to 58 is great work, ok.
    But I've got a real world App, where paging is unwanted, there are only 5 columns, and rendering is über slow when reaching > 1000 rows. Sometimes we need more than that.

    So the TobiuThingie could be a solution, even it its not free of charge.

    Also, you could have been more honest by not showing the benchmark with 50 hidden columns first. This is unrealistic, and probably here just to strengthen the differences because hidden columns are badly managed in the standard GridPanel.

    So, please be more honest, I don't trust you enough for a commercial product right now.
    I post issue . mostly extjs can render fast if you limit the query.

    What i do

    1.Limit per page 14
    2.When user search on the grid limit the query 500.This only the best effort you can do.
    3.If you had.Cache the basic query.So loading data will be 1 ms.What i mean is send to no sql database like couch db.

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