About a month ago, we released Ext JS Stencils for Adobe Illustrator. First of all, we would like to thank everyone who downloaded and tried Stencils, and for the positive feedback we’ve received.
One common request was that we add support for designer tools other than Illustrator. Two of the most commonly requested tools were Sketch and Omnigraffle.
Sketch is a relatively new tool that has gathered a lot of adoption among designers because of its easy-to-use interface. It has many features that make it especially suitable for creating both wireframes and high-fidelity UI designs.
Omnigraffle is a design tool specifically optimized for creating diagrams, stencils, and wireframes that is widely used in the UX and visual design communities.
Over the last month, we created Ext JS Stencils for Sketch and Omnigraffle. While the content of Stencils is the same as the Illustrator version, we have invested great effort to make sure everything is organized, named, and adjusted properly for each software version. You’ll have access to the same high-quality wireframing assets, if you use Sketch or Omnigraffle.
You can download Ext JS Stencils for Illustrator, Sketch or Omnigraffle here.
For more in-depth information about Ext JS Stencils, read our announcement blog post, which also includes an instructional video on how to use Ext JS Stencils for Illustrator.
If you have any issues or feedback, please share them in the Ext JS Stencils forum.
Sergio Samayoa says
Ah! I remember those day when I “wire framed” green screen (for RM/COBOL programs) in full screen editor, then we ran a program which took those “wire framing” (text files of 24 lines of 80 columns each, we place inside  “live” field definition(s)) and generated the skeleton source. I remember also a guy who said that using the “computer resources” that way was a waste and we should use an special paper form to write the screen spec.
I feel that current wire framing is the same as such paper forms.
Is far more productive to craft the UI in Sencha Architect.
Why is taking so long to get ExtJS 6 into Architect?
Probably because the tech lead on Architect, Aaron Conran, quit several months ago.