We know how important it is for web developers to design great user experiences. However, creating your own user interface from scratch can be difficult when you have limited time and resources. That’s why Sencha has built Ext JS components for you. These pre build UI components are helpful in saving time and effort to […]No Comments Read more
When to Choose Pre-Built UI Components for a Project
A Comprehensive Guide To Best Front-End Framework
As a developer, you understand the importance of using the right tools to do the job quickly and efficiently. That’s why choosing the best front-end framework, such as Ext JS, for your projects is crucial. In this comprehensive guide, we’ll explore what front-end frameworks are, why they’re essential, and their benefits, such as accelerated development […]No Comments Read more
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How To Save Money On Angular Material Components?
Saving money is one of the key goals when planning application development. The tools you employ heavily influence that. When developing sites and applications, it is usually preferable to use effective and less expensive resources that can finish the job in the minimum time possible. This is where pre-made material components come in handy. Angular […]No Comments Read more
5 Examples Of Successful ExtJS Tutorials For Beginners
Boosting UI Components With Frameworks That Speed Development
UI components are central to any front-end project. They are the medium for effective interaction between your customer base and your app. In addition to making your app’s functionality accessible, a good UI increases user engagement. Simply put, UI components are the key to meeting your users’ expectations. Because UI is so important, your front-end […]No Comments Read more
Complete All The Things! A Guide to Code Completion in Sencha IDE Plugins
HelloWorld with Ext JS 4
For readers who are new to Sencha but coming from a Flex background, this guest blog post provides useful context and reference to familiarize yourself with how Flex concepts map to Sencha concepts.
Typically, a Hello World program illustrates the quickest way to get anything (such as text) on the screen and publishing (or compiling) without errors. In this post, I have also added a few things. We see a Sencha component (Viewport), Sencha classpathing (src), a custom super class, a custom subclass, and an example of a mixin class (similar to multiple inheritance).25 Comments Read more