Blog: Archive for GXT

What’s New in GWT and Sencha GXT

The GWT landscape has been very active in the last year, so it seems like a good time to review the core technology and health of the ecosystem. Let’s take a look at a few of the highlights that will interest our GXT developers.

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GXT Customer Spotlight – CERN

Learn how CERN, a European research organization that operates the largest particle physics laboratory in the world, used GXT to build the new web interface for their system, which stores more than 1.5 million documents and has around 3,000 regular users.

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Survey Results Drive 2016 GXT Roadmap

We recently surveyed GXT customers to find out more about the GWT ecosystem and what they’d like to see in the next version of GXT. Thanks to the almost 100 customers who participated! Their thoughtful and detailed survey answers have directly shaped our GXT product roadmap for 2016.

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Announcing Sencha GXT 4 is Generally Available

GXT 4 is generally available. With GXT 4, you’ll be able to build rich, data-centric HTML5 applications for both desktops and tablets using Java, and mobilize your existing GXT apps. Together, we have created the world’s most advanced Java framework for building feature-rich HTML5 applications. We want to take a moment to thank you, our community, for your constant support and feedback. Try it out and share our feedback in the forums.

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Announcing GXT 4 Early Access

We are extremely excited to announce the availability of Sencha GXT 4 Early Access version. With GXT 4, you’ll be able to build rich, data-centric HTML5 applications for both desktops and tablets using Java, and mobilize your existing GXT apps. Download it now and share our feedback in the forum.

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Taking a Look at Sencha GXT and GWT

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David Chandler, our new Developer Advocate for Sencha GXT, reflects on changes in the GWT ecosystem since GWT became fully open source in 2012 and talks about what’s coming up for Sencha GXT.

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