Performance Optimization for Layout Runs

If an Ext JS app starts to show performance issues, it’s often network limitations (bandwidth and latency), device memory/storage limitations, or layout / rendering issues. In this article, you’ll learn how to optimize the layout and rendering process of Ext JS Classic Toolkit applications, known as a Layout Run, by using Sencha Inspector or Google Chrome Console.

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How to Upgrade Your Ext JS 3.4 Apps to Ext JS 6

In this article, Olga shows you a simple example of a migration. As a proof of concept, she has an Ext JS 3.4 grid example that she migrated to Ext JS 6. Learn how to migrate your apps and take advantage of all of the new features in Ext JS 6.

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Asynchronous JavaScript: Promises

JavaScript Promises is a new way of writing code that’s more readable and understandable. A promise is an object or function with a then method that can be chained endlessly.

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Inside the Sencha Test Futures API

Writing interactive tests is challenging due to their asynchronous nature. Sencha Test offers a powerful new API designed to make these tests almost as simple as their synchronous counterparts.

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Top Support Tips

Get the latest tips from the Sencha Support Team. Learn about grid watermarking, instances on class definition, and creating builds with Sencha Cmd Compile.

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Sencha Test is Now Generally Available

Sencha Test is now generally available. This exciting new product helps you to release quality applications. With Sencha Test, you can perform cross-browser and cross-platform testing using one comprehensive solution. We’ve brought together leading open source technologies and our in-house test expertise to create this new testing solution that will significantly reduce your software release cycles. Try it out and share your feedback in the forums.

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Internationalization & Localization with Sencha Ext JS

Ext JS offers internationalization features out of the box, and the framework is easily extensible to cover additional requirements with a small amount of effort. In this guest post, Alexandre and Léopold of Jnesis will review solutions for handling some special circumstances and requirements that Jnesis has offered to its enterprise customers.

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Ext JS and Sencha Architect Customer Spotlight – Ornua

Ornua, headquartered in Dublin, is an agri-food commercial co-operative that markets and sells dairy products on behalf of its members, Ireland’s dairy processors and in turn Irish dairy farmers. Learn how Ornua used Ext JS and Sencha Architect to build its application – QUBE – a cloud platform that allows buyers within the Ornua group and their Suppliers to develop, publish, and maintain supplier specifications and certifications.

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