The official Ext.NET Pro 2.2 release, integrating Ext JS 4.2 is now available.
We also created a couple of videos demonstrating how to install Ext.NET into a WebForms project using NuGet. The same basic process applies to installing
Ext.NET.MVC into an ASP.NET MVC project.
A new service offering is now included with all new Five Pack and Twenty Pack Premium Support Subscription purchases.
One on One is a flexible block of Ext.NET related consulting time to be spent as you see fit. The consulting time will be provided by Ext.NET staff on the core Development and/or Technical Support teams.Read more
SignalR promises a great evolution of real-time interactivity in web applications. It is also something that can be used with Ext.NET.
In this post we briefly look at what SignalR is and how it works. We then look at how Ext.NET can be used with SignalR by modifying a stock ticker example provided by the SignalR project. Lastly we look at some remaining things to be aware of if looking into using SignalR right now.Read more
Understanding the differences between Ext.NET event types and when to choose a certain type is an important concept to learn. Your project requirements will help determine which event type to use given a particular scenario.
In this series of four articles on the subject we will discuss client side and server side events, how they are triggered, how to handle each, and potential use cases for each.
This first post will investigate usage of client side Listeners.Read more
After over more than year and a half of development, the official Ext.NET 2 release is now available for download.
Ext.NET 2 integrates the Sencha ExtJS 4 library making it even easier for ASP.NET developers, both Web Forms and MVC (more on that below), to build the next generation of HTML5 enabled web applications.Read more