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Ext JS to React: Toolbar

Ext JS to React: Toolbar

This is part of the Ext JS to React blog series. You can review the code from this article on the Ext JS to React Git repo. The toolbar container in Ext JS is a very common place to locate buttons, form fields, and other controls relating to a given view. Toolbars will commonly be…

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Ext JS to React: Button

Ext JS to React: Button

This is part of the Ext JS to React blog series. You can review the code from this article on the Ext JS to React Git repo. Buttons are one of the more elemental components used in an application. Most of us have likely never constructed an Ext JS application without them. You may have…

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Ext JS to React: Layouts

Ext JS to React: Layouts

This is part of the Ext JS to React blog series. You can review the code from this article on the Ext JS to React Git repo. Container classes in Ext JS are responsible for sizing and positioning any direct child components rendered to them. The sizing and positioning is done using the Ext JS…

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Ext JS to React: Form Submission

Ext JS to React: Form Submission

This is part of the Ext JS to React blog series. You can review the code from this article on the Ext JS to React Git repo. In the preceding blog posts, we looked at how to create various form fields in React as well as how to validate user input. In this article, we’ll…

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Ext JS to React: Form Validations

Ext JS to React: Form Validations

This is part of the Ext JS to React blog series. You can review the code from this article on the Ext JS to React Git repo. Form validation creates input boundaries / requirements for data entry. Form validation in Ext JS is handled by normalizing the validation work within the form fields components. With…

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Ext JS to React: Form Fields

Ext JS to React: Form Fields

This is part of the Ext JS to React blog series. You can review the code from this article on the Ext JS to React Git repo. By this time in the Ext JS to React series you may find yourself asking, “So, is now a good time to talk about form fields?” It sure…

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Ext JS to React: Tree

Ext JS to React: Tree

This is part of the Ext JS to React blog series. You can review the code from this article on the Ext JS to React Git repo. Not all data can be presented in a simple grid since not all data is flat. Take, for example, the file system on your computer. Folders can hold…

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Ext JS to React: Features and Plugins

Ext JS to React: Features and Plugins

This is part of the Ext JS to React blog series. You can review the code from this article on the Ext JS to React Git repo. In our previous articles on React grids, we’ve built a standard grid that allows for sorting and put a pre-built grid library to use to demonstrate row /…

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Simplify Mobile Push Notifications with Expo

Simplify Mobile Push Notifications With Expo

Push notifications are an integral part of mobile app development these days, but many developers, myself included, cannot even think about implementing them without breaking into a cold sweat. Alright, maybe I’m exaggerating a bit, but I’ve never had fun with them before, until now. Enter Expo. Expo is an amazing set of tools that…

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Ext JS to React: Selection Model

Ext JS to React: Selection Model

This is part of the Ext JS to React blog series. You can review the code from this article on the Ext JS to React Git repo. In the previous article, Basic Grid, we saw how to create a lightweight grid view. In it, we enabled row sorting by clicking on the grid header and…

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