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theo

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Re: New widget set : Web Application mode
« Reply #45 on: January 08, 2010, 02:46:50 pm »
Yes, it seems you have to pay a commercial license for ExtJS.

That's why I changed to YUI for this kind of stuff. It has a BSD license.
YUI2 is not as easy to use as ExtJS but YUI3 is coming (still not many widgets atm.)

http://developer.yahoo.com/yui/

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Re: New widget set : Web Application mode
« Reply #46 on: January 10, 2010, 04:19:35 am »
IMO, Qooxdoo (MPL license) is the best alternative for ExtJS. Check it out at http://qooxdoo.org
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Re: New widget set : Web Application mode
« Reply #47 on: January 10, 2010, 04:38:33 am »
IMO, Qooxdoo (MPL license) is the best alternative for ExtJS. Check it out at http://qooxdoo.org

Anything happening there on the qxPascal front?

The big advantage now of Ext JS is that it has ExtPascal.

Have you seen what Farshad has done with Delphi and ExtPascal/Ext JS?

http://prime.fmsoft.net/out/dbdemo.dll

Thanks.

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Re: New widget set : Web Application mode
« Reply #48 on: January 10, 2010, 04:25:47 pm »
Anything happening there on the qxPascal front?

Nothing yet. I'm still studying qx API and qxbuild. I work alone on this project. :( There are some problems i.e. qx all-in-one JS file is too big (about 1.3 MB, more than twice of ext-all.js), and some of my lack-of-knowledge with JS and qooxdoo. Obviously, I have to learn to use qx natively before I could write a proper wrapper for it. Other than that, I'm also being busy with something else (that is more important) until the next few months. :(

The big advantage now of Ext JS is that it has ExtPascal.

Of course. I'm also working on a new application using ExtPascal. I plan to open the source code and contribute it to ExtPascal once it's done.

Have you seen what Farshad has done with Delphi and ExtPascal/Ext JS?
http://prime.fmsoft.net/out/dbdemo.dll

This is great! Why didn't I read about it in ExtPascal list? We should publish this as demo for ExtPascal.
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