By WalkingTree October 09, 2020
Building an Ext JS application is simple and straightforward. With only 3 simple steps you can get started with it.
The first step is to check whether you have node.js installed in your system. You can do this by running the node -v command in your terminal window. If you don’t have it installed, you can download it at nodejs.org.
2.Install the Ext-Gen package
After installing node.js, you can start installing the Ext-Gen package.
For active users, Sencha’s private npm hosts Ext JS and all related commercial packages. You can log in to the registry by using the following command:
- $ npm login –registry=https://npm.sencha.com/ –scope=@sencha
And install the Ext JS version using:
- npm install -g @sencha/ext-gen
For trial users, Ext JS 30-day free trial packages are available to install from public npm. Use the above-mentioned command to install it.
Note – Ext-Gen is a CLI tool that is required to generate an Ext JS application.
3.Generate the Application
To generate a new Ext JS project, run the following command:
- ext-gen app -a -t moderndesktop -n ModernApp
The project generated is a simple two-view application with a home page and grid. You can use the >npm start command to explore your project.
This video will give you more information on Ext Js and also a demo on how to get started with it.
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