We are creating a web version of our report designer so a system with a main page that is the template (think word processor), lots of controls for setting properties on tags in the template, and some DB displays to show data returned.
I'm 95% certain we'll use Ext JS for the MVC framework and the controls (still waiting for a response from Sencha's OEM people). But I'm not sure if there are other JS libraries we also need to complete the stack. Or does Ext JS handle everything.
The ones I keep seeing mentioned are JQuery, Node, backbone, Meteor, Ember, & underscore. Are these libraries I should use also, and if so when? Or are they duplicates of what Ext JS provides?
thanks - dave