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    Default Any News ?

    Any News ?


    Any update on this promising project ?
    I was thinking a release is coming soon.
    No activity on GitHub either.
    I hope the project is not dead ?

    Regards,

    Franz

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    Quote Originally Posted by F-Walzer View Post
    Any update on this promising project ?
    I was thinking a release is coming soon.
    No activity on GitHub either.
    I hope the project is not dead ?

    Regards,

    Franz
    Work on Ext4j is still ongoing.
    A Release candidate should come out short after the vacation.
    Thx for your interest.

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    Hi Ekambos,
    I m also awaiting the first release.
    Do you have an ETA ?

    Thanks

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    Mid January and still no news.
    I m starting to loose faith in this project
    You could atleast give us something to play with.
    Even if not stable.

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    Default Almost done.

    Almost done.


    Ext JS is a big (really big) library.
    A 100% coverage of the Ext API requires a lot of work.
    I m also adding support for features beyond what Ext JS can natively provide.
    Please give me some time.
    Results will follow soon.
    Regards,

    Alain

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    Default Ext4j is here !

    Ext4j is here !


    The waiting has an end.
    Please visit : http://eemi2010.github.io/ext4j/
    to see what Ext4j has to offer.
    An official release announcement will follow soon.

    Looking forward to hearing some feedbacks

    Cheers,

    Alain

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    Any plan to support Ext JS 5 ?

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    Why not just use officially supported Sencha GXT instead of this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hakimio View Post
    Why not just use officially supported Sencha GXT instead of this?
    We used GXT before but Ext JS simply offers more features (and components) than GXT.
    Also we found the community around Ext JS more active. Also GXT does not(yet) have mobile support.

    With this library we are able to share code with Sencha Touch (using the Sencha Touch wrapper by the same author)

    Depending on your needs GXT is a good choice.
    For us it was Ext JS + Sencha Touch.
    And we were very happy to find some free Java wrapper for Ext JS and Sencha Touch.