Blog: Archive for Ext JS

Ext Speeder Case Study: Portfolio IQ

Extremely Heavy Industries developed Portfolio IQ in collaboration with the Speedment team to showcase the performance and capabilities of Ext Speeder when combined with a rich dataset, development best practices, and the latest Sencha frameworks and components. The resulting demo offers fast access to millions of rows of performance and pricing data for a set of simulated trading strategies, with options to segment and drill into data across multiple dimensions. Learn more in our upcoming webinar.

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Create Web Apps with the Capabilities of Native Apps

Modern web browsers provide new capabilities, so developers can create native-like web apps. Chrome and Firefox already allow web apps to launch from the home screen, run offline, access internal hardware, and even run code compiled in C++ at blazing speed. Last month, I gave a talk at SenchaCon on some of latest technologies that make these new capabilities for web apps possible. Learn about some of these game-changing technologies that will allow you to create a new class of high-performance web apps with native-like capabilities.

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Sencha Visual Studio Code Plugin 1.0 Now Generally Available

We’re excited to announce that Sencha Visual Studio Code Plugin is now generally available to all Ext JS customers. The Visual Studio Code plugin is an extension available for Microsoft’s Visual Studio Code editor and is available for Windows, OS X, and Linux. Try it out and share your feedback in the forum.

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5 Web Technology Predictions for 2017

It’s that time of year when we start thinking about what’s in store for 2017. Art Landro shares his top 5 web technology predictions – data will remain a key growth area in the coming year and web application developers will continue to rule the world. Check out all of his predictions.

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Accelerating Data Exploration with Ext Speeder

We’ve written in the past about accelerating data access in Ext JS grids, and how the Ext Speeder product from Speedment provides a robust solution that not only accelerates data access but streamlines the creation of the back-end REST API. For SenchaCon, we wanted to take things a step further and focus on multi-faceted scenarios including Business Intelligence (BI), visualization, and data exploration.

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Using Fiddle 2 To Share Ext JS Code

When Sencha Fiddle 1 was first released in 2013, the way we shared and tested Ext JS code was revolutionized. Prior to Sencha Fiddle, there wasn’t a standard way to share code that was constantly updated with each Ext JS release. Fiddle 1 was great, but the recently released Fiddle 2 is fantastic. In this article, we’ll show you the improvements we’ve made in Fiddle 2.

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The State of the Modern Web

At SenchaCon, we shared some of the key findings of our latest research report, The State of the Modern Web, created by Dimensional Research and sponsored by Sencha. The report is based on a global survey of more than 1,000 development professionals building B2B, B2C, and internal applications with participation from small and large companies in a wide variety of industries. Because a picture is worth a thousand words, we’ve created an infographic to highlight some of the key findings.

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Ext JS Customer Spotlight: Synergistix

Synergistix chose Ext JS to build its CATS Software Suite because of its ability to create a flexible and user friendly, industry-specific solution. Typical users of the CATS Software Suite are Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Sales Reps and the home office teams supporting them. By using a common framework across its apps, Synergistix reduced the overall cost to develop and support its applications.

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Announcing Sencha Themer 1.1 Early Access & Theming Contest

We’re pleased to announce that Themer 1.1 EA is now available. It will help you theme components directly within your own applications. We’re also inviting you to submit your theme to the Theming Contest for a chance to win $2500. Plus, Themer 1.0 is now available to all Ext JS Pro and Premium customers.

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