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  1. #1

    Sencha

    Hi Guys,

    Congratulations with your Sencha deal.

    Keep up the good work !

    Martin
  2. #2
    Does this mean that there is a now a possibility of having the Sencha add-ons like the Pivot Grid and the Calendar included in Ext.Net as add-ons?
  3. #3
    Congratulations with your Sencha deal.

    Keep up the good work !
    Thanks!

    The PivotGrid and Calendar will be available as options. At this point, I'm not if they will be bundled with Ext.NET Pro, but they will be available as Ext.NET components and fully supported by the Ext.NET team.

    I don't have timing on this, but if there is good interest from the community, that would certainly help bump up the priority. I will add you as a +1.
    Geoffrey McGill
    Founder
  4. #4
    I created a new issue to track the <ext-pivotGrid> component status, see

    https://github.com/extnet/Ext.NET/issues/1836
    Geoffrey McGill
    Founder
  5. #5
    I think congratulations are in order for the Ext.Net team in achieving to secure a deal with Sencha that mainly maintains the current single-developer licensing provisions for Ext.Net users but also broadens the scope of Ext.Net with additional components such as Pivot Grid, Calendar and possibly others.

    A couple of questions:
    - Is there going to be a similar approach for Direct Methods (as compared to Direct Events) when working with ASP.Net Core/Razor Pages?
    - What is the roadmap for Ext.Net/Themes? I have noticed that the link to buy the theme no longer works?

    Regards,
  6. #6
    Hi @AnFil

    Is there going to be a similar approach for Direct Methods (as compared to Direct Events) when working with ASP.Net Core/Razor Pages?
    The same Direct Method and Direct Event functionality is included with Ext.NET Classic.

    Here's a very basic sample from the Examples Explorer:
    https://examples.ext.net/#/window/basic/hello_world

    Here's another simple Button Click sample that is demonstrated in the extnet template project.

    Index.cshtml
    <ext-button text="Click me" onDirectClick="ButtonClick" />
    Index.cshtml.cs
    public IActionResult OnPostButtonClick(){
        this.X().Toast("Button clicked");
        return this.Direct();
    }
    Check out the Getting Started guide for instructions on installing the Ext.NET.Templates, or the following Getting Started tutorial video:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0J1n_wyvQoU

    What is the roadmap for Ext.Net/Themes? I have noticed that the link to buy the theme no longer works?
    Nothing changes with the Themes, see https://themes.ext.net. Separate pricing for Themes is unchanged at https://themes.ext.net/pricing.

    I should also clarify, the Spotless Theme is included with Ext.NET Pro. Separate licensing is only required if you do not have an Ext.NET v5+ license.

    At the moment, we don't have a public roadmap for the themes, but we are taking suggestions and would love to hear your feedback in the Premium Themes forum.

    Hope this helps answer your questions.
    Last edited by geoffrey.mcgill; Nov 01, 2020 at 5:27 PM.

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