Tagged as: Ext JS 5

Testing Ext JS 5 apps with Siesta

Over the past few weeks we have received a number of questions from Siesta users wondering about Siesta supporting Ext JS 5. Since Siesta is a generic JS tool, it can of course test any JavaScript code. There is of naturally a slight risk that the Ext JS layer in Siesta may need to be updated if Ext JS itself changes. The user interface for Siesta will continue to use …

A first look at Ext JS 5

With the recent announcement of the first public Ext JS 5 beta, we thought it would be cool to take a look at it and take it for a spin. Since we’re a group of seasoned Ext JS developers, we’re very interested in the under-the-hood updates and technical details. We thought we would take a look at memory footprint, performance and breaking API changes. Additionally – since we rely …