Sencha releases Ext JS 7.3
Blog|by Leanne Bevan|8 October 2020
Despite the challenges that have come with the pandemic, Sencha has been working hard and have now released Ext JS 7.3.
What is Ext JS?
What’s new in Ext JS 7.3?
- Several improvements to the Data Grid, Fields, Charts and Buttons widgets.
- Enhancements to Ext JS Grid scrolling experience.
- Lots of quality improvements addressing customer reported tickets. Take a look at the release notes for full details.
- New Kitchen Sink examples and directly usable ready-to-go templates for both toolkits.
- 30+ new fiddle examples in Ext JS API Docs.
- Upgraded Froala WYSIWYG Editor to latest version 3.2.1.
Try out these login form examples that you can easily copy directly into your application:
- Create a responsive login form
- Create a template to reset user password
- Create a responsive create account template
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