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Fergus
Nov 04, 2017, 2:02 PM
Hi,
If i am correct that ext.net mobile is the equivalent of Ext Js Modern..

I was looking at the Sencha Modern examples and they have a lot of controls there like the treegrid and calendar panel etc.

Just wondering if these are going to be integrated into ext.net mobile. And if so when that would be.

Thanks

fabricio.murta
Nov 07, 2017, 7:08 PM
Hello @fergus!

As for the calendar panel in specific, it is part of another Sencha licensing package, which Ext.NET does not include.

Here are some topics discussing the calendar component and other license-restrained ones, if you want to expand in the subject:
- Ext J's 6.2 calendar (https://forums.ext.net/showthread.php?61210)
- D3 Adapter, ext js 6.2 (https://forums.ext.net/showthread.php?61607) (although this is about other component it has a link to sencha's list of separately licensed components).

As for the TreeGrid, it is not included in Current Ext.NET Mobile because it was still not there when ExtJS 6.0.2 was released. In the next releases of Ext.NET Mobile, as it catches up with Ext JS modern framework's version, it will include the new components as well.

Unfortunately I don't have a release date of the next version of Ext.NET Mobile at the moment.

Hope this helps!

fabricio.murta
Apr 27, 2018, 3:18 PM
Hello @Fergus!

It's been a while since we replied your inquiry here, and we still didn't hear from you. Was the answer provided acceptable, or do you need further information on the subject?

We may mark the thread as closed if you do not post back in 7+ days from now, but don't worry, for that won't prevent you from posting follow-ups thereafter.

sveins12
Aug 23, 2018, 1:11 AM
Will there be an update of Ext.Net mobile ?

fabricio.murta
Jan 24, 2020, 6:15 PM
Hello @sveins12!

Sorry for not responding this before, we still don't have a solid answer for this, but we weren't able, for a number of reasons, to release further updates to Ext.NET Mobile, based in the Ext JS Modern framework.

We do, though, plan on supporting the framework again in our upcoming Ext.NET 6 version, which would be based in ASP.NET Core. There's still no certainty at this moment, but ideally we will support both Classic and Modern framework when the complete rewrite of Ext.NET is ready.

If there's anything else you want to know about the matter (considering we have the answer) please let us know. If you don't post a feedback here in 7+ days from now, we may mark this thread as closed, but we are not going to lock up the thread, so feel free to post whenever you are able to.