ExtJS 6 Support

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    ExtJS 6 Support

    Hi there

    I saw Sencha just announced ExtJS 6 which (apparently) unifies Sencha Touch and ExtJS?

    When this reaches release, will Ext.NET be targeting it?

    Cheers

    Peter
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    When this reaches release, will Ext.NET be targeting it?
    Yes, absolutely.

    Ext JS 6 will be integrated into Ext.NET 4.0. We are targeting the release of Ext JS 6.1. Once that release becomes available, we will be ready for public release.

    There is a chance that we'll release prior to Ext J 6.1, although we're going to have to assess the stability and quality before making that call.

    During the Ext.NET 4.0 build process, this early code will be available in /branches/4 of Svn. Once ready for final release, the branch will be moved to the /trunk.

    Hope this helps.
    Geoffrey McGill
    Founder & CEO
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    Hi,

    I'm evaluate to renew the my license for the new EXT.NET 4.x

    I have any questions:

    1) Do you already have an official release date? If not, you can assume a date?

    2) What will be the main features?

    3) What will be the trade policy for licensing? It is expected a low cost to those who own a previous version?

    Tnx
    Mario
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    Hello Mario,

    1) Do you already have an official release date? If not, you can assume a date?
    Not quite, but we are planning a release this year.

    2) What will be the main features?
    There is currently no an exact roadmap unless supporting what new came with ExtJS 6.
    http://docs.sencha.com/extjs/6.0/wha...whats_new.html

    3) What will be the trade policy for licensing? It is expected a low cost to those who own a previous version?
    I will try to clarify that.
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    I will try to clarify that.
    Can you explain me the concept?
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    3) What will be the trade policy for licensing? It is expected a low cost to those who own a previous version?
    Sencha does not provide us with discounted upgrade licenses to Ext JS, so unfortunately we have no discount to pass onto our customers. The final Ext.NET 4 pricing (new and upgrade) is yet to be determined, but at the moment it appears it will be the same as Ext.NET 3.

    If you have a valid (non-expired) Premium Support subscription, upgrading to Ext.NET 4 will be $2499 USD. As a new customer or without a valid Premium Support subscription, upgrading to Ext.NET will be $3499. These prices are subject to change at any time.

    Our plan is to release Ext.NET 4 immediately after the availability of Ext JS 6.1.

    Hope this helps answer your questions.
    Geoffrey McGill
    Founder & CEO
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    OK.
    Tnx geoffrey.mcgill
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    Ext.NET Mobile - Beta Now Available
    http://forums.ext.net/showthread.php?61329
    Last edited by Daniil; Aug 03, 2016 at 1:41 PM.

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