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Ext JS: Cross-Browser JavaScript Framework

Ext JS is a cross-browser JavaScript library for building rich, dynamic and interactive desktop-style user interfaces for your data-driven web applications. Ext JS includes a diverse set of GUI-based form controls (widgets) for use within web applications.

Ext JS DOM selector class allows operations to be performed on elements within the page or data stores that can be used to manage data. Another classes offer to create and manage data in JSON and XML formats. Modal dialog boxes, interactive user-input validation prompts or state management are just some of the Ext JS supports.

Ext JS Main Features

  • High performance, customizable UI widgets
  • Well designed and extensible Component model
  • An intuitive, easy to use API
  • Commercial and Open Source licenses available

Ext JS Browsers Support

  • Internet Explorer 6+
  • FireFox 1.5+ (PC, Mac)
  • Safari 3+
  • Opera 9+ (PC, Mac)

Ext JS as of version 2.0 can works with different base libraries or adapters. (e.g. YUI, jQuery, Prototype), or it can work standalone. Extensive examples and demos can be found here.

Ext JS JavaScript Library Implementation

One Response to “Ext JS: Cross-Browser JavaScript Framework”

  1. Jay says:

    Wow…and it’s even free! (well, they have different licensing types) Normally things like this cost. Nice find!

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