It’s my pleasure to announce the release of Sencha Ext JS 5.1.2. This version supports the latest browser – Microsoft Edge. You can now deliver your Ext JS 5.1 applications for your customers using Microsoft Edge. Ext JS 5.1.2 also includes more than 240 bug fixes.
Download Now – Existing customers can log in to the Support portal to download Ext JS 5.1.2
Contact Sales – Customers whose support has lapsed can renew and get access to Ext JS 5.1.2
In addition to Edge browser support and bug fixes, the following new features were added in Ext JS 5.1.2:
- Public APIs for focusable events (focusenter and focusleave) provide improved Accessibility support
- Sencha Charts derives the baseline styling from the framework theme
- Browser detection for Microsoft Edge (Ext.isEdge and Ext.browser)
- Data Session classes have a method to clone records from a parent to a child
With more than 240 bug fixes, we’ve improved the following components: grids, forms, data, charts, and the core package. Please refer to the release notes for a complete list of fixes. You can also refer to the latest guides and API docs.
As always, we’re grateful to our customers and the Sencha community for the continuous feedback, feature requests, and bug reports. We’re excited to hear how this release improves your Ext JS 5.1 apps. Try it out and share your feedback in the forums.
Is this release for “support” customers only or will you also release GPL version?
This particular release is only available in the support portal. Any specific questions about GPL would need to be answered by the product team.
And product team answer?
And OSS projects using ExtJS GPL are out again to get a ‘stable’ ExtJS. The license model is really frustrating for OSS projects.
This update includes more than 240 bug fixes for example.
I am interested are those fixes applied to newer versions of ext, Ext JS 6.0.1 and similar?
Ext JS 6.0.2 will include all the applicable bug fixes. This version will be released in just a few weeks.
what about GPL version?
still waiting for GPL…
you and me
Great news, what about the GPL version?
waiting for GPL. too many bugs in 5.1.1.
@All – Sencha’s policy has been to roll out X.x.0, and X.x.1 versions of Sencha Ext JS as GPL downloads, with X.x.1 trailing by some period (typically a quarter). 5.0.1 GPL was already rolled out. We will be rolling out 6.0.1 GPL version within a few weeks form now.