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Ext JS 5 Overview

Sencha has the community excited with the Ext JS 4 successor announced, and SenchaCon coming in November!  Please join us to discuss the future of Sencha and Sencha frameworks!  

Sencha gurus Jay Garcia and Mitchell Simoens will go over the updates from Sencha surrounding Ext JS 5.  Learn about the technology that will put a mark on 2015 in the world of enterprise web applications.  We will also hold an in depth question and answer session at the end of the presentation for any and all Sencha questions you may have.

Jay Garcia, Modus Create CTO, is a well-known member of the Sencha and Ext JS community.  He is also a proactive contributor to the framework. Jay is the author of "Ext JS in Action" "Ext JS in Action SE" and "Sencha Touch in Action." 

Mitchell Simoens, Sencha Inc., provides support through the Sencha Support portal and currently has the most posts and highest rating on the Sencha Forums. Mitchell also has many well used extensions on his GitHub page and also contributes tot he Ext JS and Sencha Touch framework. Mitchell is also an author of "Sencha Touch in Action".


Free pizza and beer will he available as usual. We also have some great swag to raffle-off, so don't miss this event!

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  • Mitchell S.

    It was great to see everyone, even lots of new faces!

    During my presentation on the new Router in Ext JS 5, Eric had some feedback for me about the before action in a route not being very intuitive. In the before action, you have to execute action.resume as I state in the presentation and depending what you pass (or do not pass) to the action.resume method you can control the action execution.

    action.resume() // resumes the action
    action.resume(false) // stops the current actions
    action.resume(true) // stops all actions in current queue

    Even tho this was documented, I would agree that it's not the best way. Reason is that Sencha Touch's API uses the action.resume() but doesn't have ability to stop other actions.

    Pending approval by Ext JS lead, the API will be changed to this:

    action.resume() // resumes the action
    action.stop() // stops the current actions
    action.stop(true) // stops all actions in current queue

    I think this API is much more intuitive. Will post back once approved

    May 13, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    May 9, 2014

  • Jonathan B.

    Sorry. Wife will be out of town, and we're waiting one more year until we leave the 3 yr old home alone.

    May 7, 2014

    • A former member
      A former member

      Ha, maybe next time ;-)

      We'll be recording the meeting, so you can always watch later! No free beer for you though :-(

      May 7, 2014

    • James

      Thanks for recording!!

      May 7, 2014

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