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    Is there any older version of extjs library that is availble to use without paying any commercial license?
    I need to build one app for non-profit organization and one for office internal use application, and I am wondeirng if I can use any older version of extjs from ver 2 to ver 5, without paying for commerical license.

    Based on the answer I have decide either use AnuglarJS or older extjs.

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    Go with Angular (or React)
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    Why cant I vote up your answer Mitchell? Ahh its a bug - it shows up If I refresh the page

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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchellsimoens View Post
    Go with Angular (or React)
    If I recall correctly, you were one of those who advocated Angular or React can never be an alternative to Ext JS. Especially when it comes to components.

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    And they cannot be... by themselves. In Modus Create's blog series helping Ext JS devs transition to React I have dug into it and even the alternatives cannot compare 100% but some come close but many times they aren't React (or Angular) specific components so they aren't 100% optimized whereas Ext JS components will only work with Ext JS so they can be optimized.

    The main reason I am now telling people to go with Angular/React... the acquisition and their handling of stuff since then has left more questions than answers and in my book that says a lot on the future so I have no choice in the matter but to make Angular/React work for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchellsimoens View Post
    Go with Angular (or React)
    We are seeing some consolidation as the number of competing JS frameworks decreased to two or perhaps three leading frameworks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LesJ View Post
    We are seeing some consolidation as the number of competing JS frameworks decreased to two or perhaps three leading frameworks.

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    A relevant quote from that article:

    The question is no longer “which framework?”
    The question is “which tech pairs best with React?”

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