Access to sources

  1. #1

    Access to sources

    Hi,

    is there the possibility to access the last sources of Ext.Net? It seems that even with premium support it's no more possible.

    Thanks
  2. #2
    For Ext.NET 4.x license holders with a valid Premium support subscription, we are not providing direct GitHub access any longer, but we can provide a .zip download of the project for you to build locally. Please send an email to support@object.net with the request.

    We are also in the early stages of building a new portal for Ext.NET customers. Within the portal you will be able to download the .zip directly. Once the portal is available you will receive a notification.

    As of Ext.NET 5.x, the full source code is not included with the Ext.NET Pro license. We are hoping to provide a "source available" option in the future and will notify Premium support members when this option is available.
    Last edited by geoffrey.mcgill; May 26, 2020 at 7:19 PM.

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