GXT 4 Early Access Available Now

Sencha-GXTFrom Sencha are extremely excited to announce Sencha GXT 4 early access release. This program enables you, our Sencha community, to test and evaluate our GXT 4 work in progress. This a great opportunity to help us make this the best GXT release ever.

What is GXT? Sencha GXT is the most comprehensive Java framework for building feature-rich web applications. It uses the GWT (formerly Google Web Toolkit) compiler, allowing developers to write applications in Java and compile their code into highly optimized cross-platform HTML5 code.

Sencha Inspector Beta is Now Available

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You can debug Ext JS and Sencha Touch applications on various desktop browsers as well as mobile devices.

With Inspector, you can:
  • Inspect your application structure (MVC, MVVM), data stores, and events
  • Analyze your application for performance and layout issues
  • Theme your application by modifying the Sass in near real-time
  • Debug your application running on a mobile device

SenchaCon 2015 Technical Presentations

sencha-con-2015SenchaCon is a major event that brings together Sencha developers, customers, and partners from around the world to discuss the future of app development and how we can work together to deliver innovative cross-platform web applications. We’re sorry you weren’t able to join us this year, but now you can watch all of the presentations.

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Sencha Pivot Grid

Now you can quickly and easily add powerful pivot grid functionality to your Ext JS applications — allowing your users to summarize and analyze data to make more informed decisions.

Based on technology acquired from mzSolutions, you can now build Ext JS applications that enable users to discover critical insights from massive sets of data — helping them to harness the power of big data.

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