Interesting presentation about extjs, Ext.NET & sencha Touch

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    Interesting presentation about extjs, Ext.NET & sencha Touch

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    Hi,

    Very interesting! Thanks for sharing!
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    Great presentation. It's exactly the same things we do here, down to wrapping Telerik SpellChecker =P.

    I wonder what they meant in the "Future" slide when they say they want to go "pure ExtJS" while also including "Ext.NET v2". I would think "pure ExtJS" means no dependency on "Ext.NET v2" and they want to just roll everything in javascript files?
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    I would think they are going to use pure ExtJS for some things and Ext.NET for others:) For example, on different pages.

    But I agree with you it would be good to clarify.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jchau View Post
    Great presentation. It's exactly the same things we do here, down to wrapping Telerik SpellChecker =P.

    I wonder what they meant in the "Future" slide when they say they want to go "pure ExtJS" while also including "Ext.NET v2". I would think "pure ExtJS" means no dependency on "Ext.NET v2" and they want to just roll everything in javascript files?
    Hi jchau, thanks for the feedback - I produced the presentation!

    On the "Future" slide, I was just talking about how we could possibly do things in future applications - one of the disadvantages we've found with Ext.NET is the extra time it takes before the newest version of Ext JS is incorporated in to Ext.NET (i.e. Ext JS 4 is released, but you have to wait extra time before you can use it as part of Ext.NET) - hence why I put the "Pure Ext JS" on the slide as one possible option, however you do then lose the tight integration with the server that you get with using Ext.NET! I was just throwing about options - it's not necessarily something we'd consider doing :o)
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    Quote Originally Posted by danielg View Post
    Hi jchau, thanks for the feedback - I produced the presentation!

    On the "Future" slide, I was just talking about how we could possibly do things in future applications - one of the disadvantages we've found with Ext.NET is the extra time it takes before the newest version of Ext JS is incorporated in to Ext.NET (i.e. Ext JS 4 is released, but you have to wait extra time before you can use it as part of Ext.NET) - hence why I put the "Pure Ext JS" on the slide as one possible option, however you do then lose the tight integration with the server that you get with using Ext.NET! I was just throwing about options - it's not necessarily something we'd consider doing :o)
    Same here. I love Ext.NET, but I have been doing more and more in just javascript. Our aspx pages only contain the bare minimum Ext.NET controls for layout, and then I end up creating the other components in javascript manually. Ext.NET does provide additionally functionality on top of ExtJS. I think in the long run, we will not use any Ext.NET server controls but just include the Ext.NET javascript files. Ext.NET server controls do take a hit in server rendering and producing the required javascript to send to client.
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    Where abouts are you based jchau? If you're in the UK you'd be more than welcome to attend one of our future Meetups in Bath - http://www.meetup.com/The-South-West...-Sencha-Meetup. We get quite a few .NET developers turn up to our meetups.

    Dan

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