Yes it can. Sencha Touch was merged with Ext JS, and it is the Modern toolkit. When you use Ext JS, you get all of the touch-related components built in. With ExtReact being built on the Modern toolkit, it has all of the evolved versions of the Sencha Touch components that you’re used to seeing.
It depends on the architectural pattern you’re using. In React, the most common way is to use Flux or Redux, and for Redux I’ve always used Thunk as a middleware. Basically, in your action creators you can make Ajax requests to fetch data. For some of the components, like Grid, that have a lot of […]
In most cases, you’re already using it. You don’t have to download, configure, and maintain Sencha Cmd. You really have no direct interaction with it, either with Ext JS + Reactor or ExtReact. The Webpack plugin has an npm-wrapped version of Sencha Cmd as a dependency, so it handles all of that for you. It […]
The components in ExtReact and Ext JS are equivalent. If you’re already developing Ext JS applications and you have no plans to do React development, then you can continue using Ext JS. If you are planning to develop both Ext JS and React apps, then you can use Ext JS + Reactor library. If you […]
You should choose the best combination for your project, based on whether your team is focused on building Ext JS and React apps or solely focused on React apps (see next question). We are absolutely committed to providing fully supported commercial frameworks for developers who want to build modern web apps. See the Ext JS […]
Yes, you get all the same components with both. If you’re used to using a component in Ext JS, it will do all the same things in ExtReact. It’s just the way you interact with them and create them that’s different – JSX versus Ext.create.
Yes, ExtReact plays well and works with Redux. If you’re using Redux, you’re in luck because we have a lot of good examples using Redux with ExtReact. For example, our Kitchen Sink examples use Redux, and the ExtReact Conference Example uses Redux in addition to React Grabber. You can read this recent article on our […]
ExtReact enables developers to offer their end users a great experience. Developers will be able to add sophisticated components for data analytics and data visualization which are critical as web apps are becoming more data intensive. Our theming system enables designers and developers to quickly create a fresh looking application that leverages the latest trends […]
We are absolutely committed to providing fully supported commercial frameworks for developers that want to build modern web apps. We just released Ext JS 6.5, which embraces many elements of ES6 and enables developers to build progressive web apps. ExtReact uses Ext JS as its foundation, so continuing to innovate is critical.
ExtReact is a separate product with its own license and pricing. You can buy ExtReact to add components to your React apps. ExtReact Std is $695 per developer per year and ExtReact Premium is $1,195, both include Support, and you must be current on your subscription to develop applications. Rights to distribute and use applications […]