Blog: Archive for Ext JS

Using Ext JS to Visualize and Interact with IoT Data

IoT is getting bigger and gaining more traction in the enterprise, meaning there’s more data from more sources. Ext JS enables developers to produce a very rich dashboard that presents this data from IoT devices, and interacts with and controls them based on results of the data.

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Material and CSS Variables in Ext JS 6.2

With the release of Ext JS 6.2, you can now take advantage of a great feature for your apps, CSS Variables. We’re very excited about CSS variables and the possibilities they open for dynamic theming. Try out Ext JS 6.2 and start using our new Material Theme and CSS variables. Share your feedback in the forums.

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Announcing Ext JS 6.2 GA

We’re excited to announce the availability of Ext JS 6.2 GA. This release has new features and enhancements to help you build powerful, data-rich, cross-platform web apps for desktop, tablets, and smartphones. Including D3 Adapter, Calendar component, Exporter, and Themer. We’d like to thank the Sencha community and our customers who have provided invaluable feedback during the Ext JS 6.2 EA program. Try it out and share your feedback in the forums.

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Sencha Themer 1.0 is Now Generally Available

Sencha Themer 1.0 is now generally available as part of Ext JS Premium. Themer empowers you to easily theme Ext JS 6 apps and make them look great. You can design themes in an interactive visual environment without coding, making theme creation accessible to developers and designers who do not usually write Sass code. Try it out and share your feedback in the forum.

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Demystifying HTML5 for Enterprise Java Developers

While Java provides a great environment for server- and client-side applications, modern enterprise applications are increasingly moving toward HTML5 standards that leverage broad compatibility across a wide range of browsers, devices, and environments to satisfy user demand. Learn what it’s like to start working with HTML5 technologies from the perspective of an enterprise Java development team.

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Materializing the Ext JS Modern Toolkit

Ext JS 6.2 EA introduced a brand new theme for the Modern Toolkit, based on Google’s Material Design. All components not only benefit from the look and feel, but can change dynamically using our new, CSS variable-based, real-time theme updating capability.

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Announcing Oracle Forms Modernization Service from Sencha

We’re excited to announce a new service that helps teams migrate legacy Oracle Forms applications to modern cross-platform web applications in days versus weeks or months. The Sencha Professional Services team can help you modernize your Oracle Forms app into a flexible, cross-platform web application without rewriting code or discarding existing application investments.

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Using Sencha Ext.Config

In this guest post by Vadim Popa of Modus Create, you’ll learn about the new Ext.Config features that are available in Ext JS 6. You can also learn more by reading the Ext JS 6 docs.

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Announcing Ext Speeder for Sencha Ext JS Applications

We’re very excited to announce the launch of Ext Speeder, a partner solution from Speedment, that dramatically improves the performance of your data-intensive Ext JS applications. Ext Speeder allows you to make your Ext JS Grid queries blazingly fast. Try Ext Speeder for free.

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Inside Ext JS: How It Helps You Build Great Enterprise Apps

We occasionally come across developers that don’t understand why the world needs Ext JS among the huge catalog of JavaScript frameworks, and why Ext JS does things the way it does. Those conversations have great potential to help us improve our products and better address the needs of development teams. The short answer is that we are trying to provide the best application development experience. That desire guides all of our choices, in spite of a dynamically changing market and standards landscape. Check out this article to get the longer answer.

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