Ext.ux.WebWorker && Ext.ux.WebWorkerManager
I'm pleased to present: ExtJS-WebWorker!
After the success of ExtJS-WebSocket now is the turn of Web Workers!
And what do we have here?
Two classes: Ext.ux.WebWorker and Ext.ux.WebWorkerManager.
The first one is a wrapper for standard HTML5 WebWorker and it provides a lot of interesting and easy-to-use features. The second one is a singleton to register different Ext.ux.WebWorker and it provides functions to work with every registered webworker at the same time.
So, with this extension, you can easily use Web Workers for your applications!
Read the README.md file on Github, follow the example and start playing with it!
Hope you're going to like it
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Last edited by Wilky; 30 Oct 2012 at 1:42 AM.
Reason: added demo and docs links
Thank you for the contribution. I look forward to the demo!
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Hi, so what can I do with this wonderful technology? what is off limits?
I've floated this question on stackoverflow buy have not gotten any response.
I have an extjs 5 application that accepts messages from an ActiveMQ subscription. Parsing the message payload into model objects and updating extjs stores is directly impacting the user experience.Is it possible to delegate the data unmarshalling to a web worker?
Hello Wilky ,
Great extension!!! Just want to ask quick question, If i'm doing store updation and heavy calculation then is there any solution to do this in web worker. Since we can't access DOM in web worker so how can i get particular row from ExtJs store ?
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