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    Default Introducing UberGrid - High performance grid for Sencha Touch

    We just released 1.0 of our new grid component for Sencha Touch. You can try it out and learn more on our site. Requires ST 2.1+. The grid can have any number of lockable and individually scrollable sections. It also supports sorting, grouped column headers and buffering.

    www.bryntum.com/products/ubergrid/

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    Looks very nice!
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    Very nice, I hope you will do the same thing for the ExtJS TreeGrid (Lockable, Edition, Buffering, Performance, Filtring, Navigation...etc).

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    Thanks! The Ext JS TreeGrid already supports locking, editing, buffering etc in 4.2 (in the Bryntum components we have a FilterableTreeStore too)

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    Filterable and Pageable tree would be the holly grail for me.

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    @drin: For Sencha Touch?

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    no no, ExtJS of course

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    Is this its own component or did you guys base it off dataview or list?
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    Its stand-alone and not based on the ST List. It uses "translatables" and "scrollers" from ST though.

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    Cool, well it looks great, for those who are on sencha complete and can afford it. Wish that were me!
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