Are you trying to develop apps for multiple devices and platforms, but unsure which tools will best fit your needs?
Ext JS 5 provides all of the tools necessary to build robust desktop and tablet applications using HTML5. With hundreds of components, customizable themes and support for both desktop and mobile devices, Ext JS 5 delivers the most complete platform for solving business app challenges.
Webinar: Sencha Ext JS 101 – Building Apps for Multiple Platforms
Thursday, December 11, 2014 at 11:00am PST
Ext JS is very different than other HTML5 libraries like AngularJS. Developers today have an incredible number of tools to choose from – and it can be very challenging to pick the one that’s best for any project.
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“With hundreds of components…” Does ExtJS really have hundreds of components? When you say hundreds, that means +100 components, probably at least 200… I have not counted, but is unlikely it have that amount.
Well.. I guess is just marketing
grep -c “Ext.define(‘” ext-all-debug.js
Ext JS 188.8.131.525
not only marketing …
Arthur Kay says
@mario – Counting an official number is actually pretty hard, because it depends on whether-or-not you count every class (as dcima points out). Some classes are just abstract classes, some are utilities (not UI “components”) — you get the idea.
When we did a quick count prior to the Ext JS 5.0 launch, I don’t know that we ever decided on an official number. But I do remember counting manually and reaching well over 150 without adding every abstract parent class.