The entire Sencha team is hard at work getting Ext JS 7.4 release complete and in your hands. We plan to have this out pretty soon but wanted to take this opportunity to provide you with the details of the several new features (yes, there are many, and you won’t be disappointed!) that the release brings.
*Please note that features are not committed until completed and GA released.*
So here we go …
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Multi-level Grouping for Ext JS Classic Toolkit
Multi-level Grouping for Ext JS Modern Toolkit
The Grouping Panel allows users to drag and drop the desired columns to the grouping panel section. Use this feature to quickly perform operations such as sorting, removing, moving, or changing the order of the grouped fields.
Grouping Panel for Ext JS Classic Toolkit
Grouping Panel for Ext JS Modern Toolkit
Summaries for Grid Groups and Total
The new Grid Summary feature will allow users to define functions for aggregation such as Sum, Min, Max, Average, Count, and more for each column. The feature also allows users to set the position of the group summary for easy viewing.
Available for Classic and Modern Toolkit
We are adding a new docked bar under the grid headers which will allow the filtered fields and configurations for each column to be easily viewable. The feature will be present in both toolkits.
New KitchenSink Examples
We’ll be adding new Grid examples to demonstrate how to configure and use the cool new Grid features in Ext JS 7.4. Coming soon!
Ext JS 7.4 will address over a dozen other enhancements and improvements that will benefit all our users.
We know you are eagerly waiting to try out these new enhancements. Our team is working hard to get these coveted Grid features to you.*Please note that features are not committed until completed and GA released.*
Stay tuned for release updates coming soon!
New Data Grid Examples
In the meantime, check out this brand new collection of interactive Grid examples and see how you could use them to enhance your application.
Grid Classic Examples Grid Modern Examples
If you haven’t already, check out the performant Ext JS Grid in action with this Interactive Grid Performance Analyzer
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