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    Hi,

    We are using treelist to create a navigation panel in our web application in extjs 6.
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    We need to implement the drag and drop for the folders and files. After searching on internet, I found that there is a plugin for treepanel but not for treelist. Could anyone suggest a way to implement it.

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    Hi,
    You'll find some information on how to implement Drag here : http://docs.sencha.com/extjs/6.5.2/g...drag_drop.html

    Unfortunately, found no sample for Drop on tree node items.

    How would one declare DropTarget and listen to any 'drop' event ?

    Thanks

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    Have you thought about changing from treelist and use a treepanel instead,
    Is there a compelling reason not to?

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    Because there is no TreePanel in modern toolkit

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    There is.

    http://examples.sencha.com/extjs/6.5...material#trees

    They have not put up working links to 6.5.2(!)

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    You're right !
    But what about Tree D&D plugins ? Are there any existing example for modern toolkit ?
    Thank you

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    No. It was certainly on the road map. The concept of dragging data such as records and having the gestures know what to do with records is important. It was all working in classic. It needs fixing for 6.6

    Needs a good sized team of highly experienced, knowledgable, motivated developers. Say seven people. That should really make 6.6 a success.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Animal View Post
    No. It was certainly on the road map. The concept of dragging data such as records and having the gestures know what to do with records is important. It was all working in classic. It needs fixing for 6.6

    Needs a good sized team of highly experienced, knowledgable, motivated developers. Say seven people. That should really make 6.6 a success.
    Do you have any insider info if anyone is actually working on 6.6 at this time?

    I'm curious to know if all new development pretty much stopped and all we can expect from now on is just patch releases?

    Read this comment in the blog:

    "What is bad is that this framework has a lot going for it compared to angularjs and the roadmap to get into the npm ecosystem seemed very promising. Locking it down and charging high license fees (i.e. following the old enterprise model) is what killed the adoption of the framework. Selling to Idera was the last straw. The perception is that Idera is where old legacy technologies go to get milked for license fees. Rumors of key people leaving the company also doesn’t help. We are now having to scramble to get off the platform, as it was already difficult to find any developer interested in developing in Ext JS. Remaining on the platform would be like buying a blackberry at this point."

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    Thank you Nige for the LinkedIn email answering my question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LesJ View Post
    Do you have any insider info if anyone is actually working on 6.6 at this time?

    I'm curious to know if all new development pretty much stopped and all we can expect from now on is just patch releases?

    Read this comment in the blog:

    "What is bad is that this framework has a lot going for it compared to angularjs and the roadmap to get into the npm ecosystem seemed very promising. Locking it down and charging high license fees (i.e. following the old enterprise model) is what killed the adoption of the framework. Selling to Idera was the last straw. The perception is that Idera is where old legacy technologies go to get milked for license fees. Rumors of key people leaving the company also doesn’t help. We are now having to scramble to get off the platform, as it was already difficult to find any developer interested in developing in Ext JS. Remaining on the platform would be like buying a blackberry at this point."
    No development has not stopped, there is a clear roadmap to v7.0 even.

    Lots of good things are starting to happen now that the transition is mostly over. The doom-sayers were wrong though, and the fresh dev team also means a fresh look at things, and the community, which was long overdue IMHO.

    Sadly people like Nige (Animal) were let go, but there is some good stuff happening again now, and even feature requests from a long time ago are now being implemented.

    So I think there's plenty of light at the end of the tunnel also.

    And with Idera buying Froala editor, I'm sure it won't be long before they bundle that with ExtJS also... not to mention the talent that came with that acquisition.
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