Ext JS Upgrade
The biggest feature of Ext.NET 4.1.0 is an upgrade from Ext JS 6.0.1 to 6.0.2.
More than 250 bugs have been fixed in Ext JS 6.0.2. A list of all fixes and features is available within the Ext JS release notes. The majority of fixes are focused around the most comprehensive components and functionality – Data Package, Form Fields and GridPanel.
New Pictos Icons
The Pictos icon library has been incorporated into the Ext.NET Triton theme (Issue #1310).
Ext.NET Pictos is a set of 94 high-quality icons and the full list of icons are available for review at this link.
As a feature of only the Triton theme, to use the Pictos icons, please ensure your app Theme is configured to use Triton. Example:
<ext:ResourceManager runat=”server” Theme=”Triton” />
A Pictos icon can be configured by setting the
In the case with GlypSpec setting, please configure with a unicode character code and the Pictos font-family separated by the
@ symbol. For example, the Pictos Anchor icon has the
<ext:Button runat="server" Text="Pictos Anchor" GlyphSpec="x0061@Pictos" />
IconCls setting, you should set
<ext:Button runat="server" Text="Pictos Anchor" IconCls="pictos pictos-anchor" />
In addition, many other Ext.NET 4.1 improvements have been completed, with the full list available for review in GitHub. Highlights include the following:
- Issue #1245. As for Ext.NET 4.0 a set of predefined component’s UIs
Primary|Success|Info|Danger|Warninghas not been supported in the Triton theme. It is fixed now and the dedicated UI examples are working fine: Button, Panel, ProgressBar, TabPanel, Tip, Window.
- Issues #1323 and #1324. A few defects were found in TagField after the Ext.NET 4.0 release. These have been fixed.
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