Sencha ExtAngular is Now Generally Available

On behalf of the entire Sencha team, we’re happy to announce the release of ExtAngular, our newest product. ExtAngular includes the most complete set of professionally tested and commercially supported Angular components for developers to use in creating visually stunning, data-intensive applications on desktop and mobile devices. ExtAngular also includes plugins for Webpack to optimize builds, as well as theming tools to give designers and developers complete control over their application’s look and feel. Read our blog post and FAQ to learn more!


ExtAngular provides advanced capabilities for all its 100+ Material Design inspired components. Key benefits include:

  • Harness the power of big data with the powerful Modern Grid, which includes Grid Filtering and Grid Locking capabilities.
  • Allow your users to slice and dice data with the Pivot Grid ad-hoc report builder component.
  • Create beautiful, dynamic applications with Material design inspired components including Chips, Multi-select Combobox, Color Picker, Tabs, Dialogs, Sheets, Menus, Toolbars, and Lists.
  • Develop for all screens and environments using responsive layouts.
  • Build easy-to-use data entry forms using the extensive collection of form fields.
  • Add interactive scheduling functionality to your app with Calendar components.
  • Add stunning data visualization capabilities to your app with an extensive collection of charts and D3 visualization components.


Ext JS Enterprise Customers

  • You have access to ExtAngular packages hosted on Sencha's private npm registry. Read the Getting Started Guide and build your Angular apps with ExtAngular components.
  • Download Sencha Themer from the Support portal

Note: npm requires you to replace @ in login with “..”. For example, if your login to the support portal is [email protected], your login to the npm registry will be firstname.lastname..sencha.com. You can use your existing support portal password.

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Learn More
Join our webinar on March 14th at 8:30am PDT / 11:30am EDT, “Introducing ExtAngular: Adding Powerful Sencha Components to Angular Apps” to learn more.