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Perhaps an even bigger surprise is that v4 continues to be supported at all. Unless they've changed their policy, doesn't support for version X end when version X+2 is released?
OTOH just imagine...
27 Jul 2015 9:18 AM
However, if the customers want any ability at all to modify the code, you're right back to them needing to purchase a 5 user license.
and just how long is version 4 supported after the release of version 6?
Sencha support agreement:
So if "Version N" can mean Version 4, then according to policy, v4 support ends upon release...
What Gary wrote is:
This does indeed state that EDGE will *only* be supported by "Ext JS versions released after it." perhaps beginning with 6.0.1. These words certainly imply that EDGE will...
You better hope that "one day" is soon...it appears that ExtJS 4 and 5 will never support Microsoft Edge (see https://www.sencha.com/forum/showthread.php?303218)
Thanks to browsers continuing to...
14 Jul 2015 9:04 AM
14 Jul 2015 8:28 AM
funny...I don't see code generation mentioned at all wrt license restrictions...
If Aaron Conran's linked in page can be believed, he's been gone sinch March 2015. Also, it would not appear that he was lured away by another company as he's shown as self employed now...
Call me skeptical, but the dependence upon nightlies ensures a steady stream of support subscriptions...
30 Mar 2015 6:34 AM
Ajax, you are hysterical! I post a link to objective, repeatable results and you respond with subjective insults. You claim I misinform and am ignorant, but have never shown that a single statement...
30 Mar 2015 4:41 AM
Here's one of the well documented examples, with measured performance. Sencha marked the thread fixed, but it is provably not fixed as also documented toward the end of the thread:
28 Mar 2015 6:05 AM
Glad to know that you can evaluate my programming ability without having a clue as either my requirements, nor to my end product quality. You must have amazing insight.
Your response and all like...
28 Mar 2015 5:56 AM
Tell you what. You create a multi-tabbed page, oh say 6 tabs, with let's say 40 different controls on each tab (you know, labels inputs, buttons, etc).
Now carefully time the tab switch time...
27 Mar 2015 10:07 AM
-- perhaps, it appears that most of the others who worked visibly to try get Sencha to fulfill their commitment to fix the performance problems have left the community
-- and as has often been...
27 Mar 2015 9:10 AM
Since AjaxBlahBlah continues his hatchet job on any alternative to ExtJS, now including DHTMLX (based upon a comparison done 6 years ago...), I thought I'd add some current info:
26 Mar 2015 7:05 AM
Why was this breaking change made?
and yet another year goes by without this performance problem being fixed...
It was thoroughly documented several years ago (eg: http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthread.php?136886) and although...
24 Mar 2015 7:07 AM
10 Reasons to Choose DHTMLX Suite
Since the date field is a compound component similar to a combobox, this may very well be an old problem. See this post for a description of what happens with combobox (triggerfield):
20 Feb 2015 11:59 AM
Most interesting brian428. Perhaps you just exposed Sencha's motivation for a short term money grab while burning bridges for the future...
19 Feb 2015 11:29 AM
Interesting that enterprise_dev was a brand new forum member and his/her one and only post is now missing...
Perhaps they think eclipse is only used by small companies...(you know, less than 5 developers).
23 Jan 2015 5:36 AM
The single developer license issue *has* been addressed. It has been eliminated. Clearly Sencha is only interested in enterprise customers and they have every right to limit their target audience as...
4 Jan 2015 1:11 PM
If I were really skeptical, I'd expect the first build that has few enough bugs to be really useful will be a support subscriber only release and will occur immediately after then next annual payment...
Once again, Sencha showed and claimed huge performance improvements (ie FASTBOOK), but the demo was an incomplete, ultimately non-deployable solution. In other words, vaporware.
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