SNC - Learn What's New in ExtReact 6.6

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Marc Gusmano and Sandeep Adwankar, Sencha

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Join us to learn what’s new in ExtReact 6.6! This release includes support for the latest React framework version 16.5, including hundreds of pre-built UI components that you can easily integrate into your React 16.5 apps. ExtReact 6.6 adds new components, new theming options, new tooling, and new examples to help you create visually stunning React applications for your desktop and mobile devices. Attend this webinar to see ExtReact 6.6 in action. Highlights include: - Support for the latest React 16.5 framework that is built on an entirely new underlying architecture, including support for the React dev tools profiler, updates to React DOM events, new scheduler and a number of bug fixes. - Support for Webpack 4, a static module bundler with performance improvements. - Support for Babel 7, a popular transpiler for JavaScript that can turn ES6 or ES7 into code that runs on your browsers and devices. - New ExtReact Application Generator to easily create ExtReact 6.6 based React apps. - New modern components - Time Panel, Time Field, and Gauges component with needles. - Widget cells support within grid rows to create advanced Grids that include widgets like button, progress bar, sparkline, etc. - Classic accessible components support along with the new beautiful accessible Graphite theme. - New Sencha Themer 1.3.3 support for ExtReact 6.6 apps to create customized themes for your apps. - Sencha Test 2.2 support for ExtReact 6.6 apps for end-to-end testing of ExtReact apps. - Updated Sencha Fiddle to support building ExtReact 6.6 apps. - Updated examples illustrating the use of REST API, TypeScript, modern components, conference app, classic components, and component kitchen sink.

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