16 Oct 2015 9:28 AM #1
Ext JS application used by 600,000 users
We just upgraded our group calendar application from Ext JS 4.2 to 5.1.1. This application is currently used by about 600,000 users. In the context of that migration we switched from the classic theme to the crisp theme with some customization.
We spent quite some effort to optimize the loading speed of this application, which consist of about 2.8 MB of total assets (html, js, css, images, fonts) and are quite happy with the result. Here is a link to a demo version:
Teamup Calendar Demo
What do you think? Any feedback is welcome. We consider switching to a CDN for even better loading performance in the near future.
BTW, we will be at the Sencha roadshow event in Zurich, Switzerland this Monday, Oct 19 and look forward to meet the Sencha people.
GabeCheck out Teamup Calendar - Easy-to-use planner and calendar built on Ext JS
16 Oct 2015 11:52 AM #2
21 Oct 2015 4:59 AM #3
That looks awesome! Well done! It's really cool to see what other developers come up with using the framework. I always look at ExtJS as a box full of Legos and you can create whatever you want.
13 Nov 2015 5:03 PM #4
Wondering what sort of component you are using for those timeline bars? Is it something derived from the Charts package or completely custom built from scratch?
I now see the bars are in fact table cells and so they are always aligned to the day boundaries i.e. you cannot have a bar starting/ending at an arbitrary position.
17 Nov 2015 5:14 AM #5
Hi, I don't if we have 600 000 users, but we're also using ExtJS for the GUI of Proxmox VE, a GPL based virtualization platform with thousands of installation world wide.
You will for sure recognized the ExtJS classic theme in these screenshots
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