Sencha Ext JS 6.5.3 Now Available
News|by Leanne Bevan|1 February 2018
The latest update of Sencha Ext JS has been released with new features and enhancements that will help to speed up your web application development.
Here are some of the key improvements:
- The new SplitButton component displays a drop down menu that shows additional options to the primary button action.
- Grid enhancements provide a smoother scrolling experience with grouped grids as well as grids with locked columns.
- NestedList enhancements bring improvements to commonly used events like list item selection, list sorting and more. This makes the interface much better and easier to navigate.
- Android 8 (Oreo) is now available to enable you to work seamlessly with phones and tablets with Android 8.
- Support for the latest Chrome browser.
If you would like to find out more about Sencha Ext JS and any other developer solutions and services, please call +44 (0) 1364 654100.
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