I have put a new JAR out on the Google code with more optimized and simplified API.
The updated WIKI can be found here:
Another PHP backend
I have just published another "connector" to use Ext.Direct with PHP.
Maybe you want to include in the list.
I'd like to throw my .NET router into the mix as well
I have released 1.0 version of my SpringExtJs project hosted at:
It is now better integrated and allows developers to write Spring MVC controller code as they normally would with form handling, validation, and localization of messaging handling done by the plugin.
23 Jun 2010, 11:48 AM
just released another Python integration (for repoze.bfg)
Project URL: http://github.com/jenner/repoze.bfg.extdirect
PYPI: http://pypi.python.org/pypi/repoze.bfg.extdirect/0.1 (or just `easy_install repoze.bfg.extdirect`)
Is it Ext.Direct included in Sencha? Could we use it with Sencha?
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Another Ext.Direct implementation for ASP.Net MVC - boson mvc
(copied from elishnievsky's thread which wasn't the right place for this)
I don't remember if I ever posted it here, but some time ago I have implemented my own version of Ext Direct stack as a part of 'boson-mvc' project. It's an open source library so you can use it freely. My implementation is based on Castle Windsor container. The source code can be compiled under vs 2010 and I don't provide a binary version as for now. The project contains also the 'boson' view engine for generating dynamic json or xml from asp.net mvc views.
Boson mvc is used in production software so it's been tested and is mature somehow. Unfortunately the documentation is non existent so you'll have to figure out everything yourself.Anyway I hope someone will find it useful.
Ext.Direct stack for Google App Engine using Python without a web framework
I've written a backend for the Python (v2.5) bindings for Google App Engine without using a web framework such as django or anything like that if anyone's interested. I use it for simply putting and getting objects from the Google datastore (but of course GAE also offers a blobstore, a memcache, scheduled tasks, email and messaging etc etc)
Transaction support is where it gets a bit tricky (GAE supports transactions but only for 'entity groups' so I'm seeing what I can do about that), and the code is a bit of all an all-in-one mix at the moment, but it mostly works pretty well.
If anyone would like to know more, pm me or contactable via my blog at www.schmerg.com
I agree with the guy above me