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Ext JS

Ext JS

Ext JS is a cross-browser, open source, JavaScript framework for building rich internet applications.

The Ext JS library is widely use in numerous web applications. It includes: high performance, customizable UI widgets, well designed and extensible component model, an intuitive, easy to use API, commercial and open source licenses available. Ext JS supports all major web browsers including: Internet Explorer 6+, FireFox 1.5+ (PC, Mac), Safari 3+, Opera 9+ (PC, Mac).

 Ext JS 4.2.1

Price
Free to download

Size
67.7MB
License

GNU GPL v3 or commercial

Developer
Sencha

Website
www.sencha.com

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Features include:

  • DOM wrapped
  • XMLHttpRequest data retrieval
  • JSON data retrieval
  • Server push data retrieval
  • Drag and drop
  • Simple visual effects
  • Animation / advanced visual effects that uses SVG and VML
  • Advanced charting and graphing
  • Event handling
  • Back button support / history management (with plugin)
  • Input form widgets & validation
  • Grid
  • Hierarchical Tree
  • Rich text editor
  • Autocompletion tools
  • HTML generation tools
  • Widgets themeable / skinnable
  • GUI resizable panels and modal dialogs
  • GUI page layout
  • Canvas support
  • Mobile/tablet support
  • Accessibility / graceful degradation (Partial)
  • Developer tools, Visual design
  • Offline storage
  • Cross-browser 2d vector graphics
  • Charting and Dashboard
  • Provides a Model-View-Controller style of code organization
  • GUI controls provided:
    • Text field and textarea input controls
    • Date fields with a pop-up date-picker
    • Numeric fields
    • List box and combo boxes
    • Radio and checkbox controls
    • Html editor control
    • Grid control (with both read-only and edit modes, sortable data, lockable and draggable columns, and a variety of other features)
    • Tree control
    • Tab panels
    • Toolbars
    • Desktop application-style menus
    • Region panels to allow a form to be divided into multiple sub-sections
    • Sliders
    • Vector graphics charts

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