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Ext JS to React: FAQ

Ext JS to React: FAQ

This is part of the Ext JS to React blog series. React is Facebook’s breakout framework for building application UIs. At Modus Create, we’ve fully adopted React for application development, targeting both desktop and mobile environments. As experts in building applications using various libraries and frameworks, we wanted to share our knowledge with those in…

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Ext JS to React: Drag and Drop

Ext JS to React: Drag and Drop

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. Ext JS provided a set of drag and drop classes within the framework. Drag and drop within the more commonly used data-driven components was often handled through a…

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Ext JS to React: Application Styling

Ext JS to React: Application Styling

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. Styling a React application will be familiar to Ext JS developers. Ext JS shipped with a number of predefined themes with variables enabling customization of each theme. If…

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Ext JS to React: How to Configure Routes

Ext JS to React: Routing

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. Ext JS introduced routes as an enhancement over the history class used to coordinate browser history and an application UI. What routes offers is the ability to intimately…

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Ext JS to React: Charts

Ext JS to React: Charting

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. React doesn’t ship with any visualization components, but fortunately there are a few very nice pre-built charting packages out there for us: D3 visualization library, Victory Charts, and…

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Ext JS to React: Handling Data with Mobx

Ext JS to React: Handling Data with Mobx

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 a previous article, Handling Application State with Redux, we saw how to use static data to load values into a form and keep the application state in…

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Ext JS to React: Handling Data with Redux

Ext JS to React: Handling Data with Redux

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 a previous article, Handling Application State with Redux, we saw how to use static data to load values into a form and keep the application state in…

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Ext JS to React: Load, Sort and Filter Data with React

Ext JS to React: Load, Sort and Filter Data with React

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 previous articles on List and Grid, we used local data exclusively. In this article, we are going to look at tackling some basic remote data loading in…

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Ext JS to React: Handling Application State with MobX

Ext JS to React: Handling Application State with MobX

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. Applications can be very complex and therefore managing the state of an application can be complex. In our previous article, Handling Application State with Redux, we looked at…

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Ext JS to React: Handling Application State with Redux

Ext JS to React: Handling Application State with Redux

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, Binding with React, we saw how each component can manage its own state. This works well within limited scopes, but as applications grow component…

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