After 15+ years, Ext.NET is coming to an end. 😢
The landscape of software trends and requirements has shifted significantly over time and it’s now time for us to shut down. For quite some time, the revenue has not been enough to properly support the product, we cannot invest in new development, and no further releases are planned.
It’s been a good run and we are proud of what we have built, but we must move on.
1. No new licenses will be available to purchase
2. No Premium Support subscription renewals will be processed
3. Forums switched to “read-only” mode
4. New support requests via the GitHub project only
5. Source code available to purchase
Schedule (December 15, 2023)
1. Ext.NET website traffic redirected to the GitHub project
2. Source code no longer available to purchase
3. Forums remain in “read-only” mode for one year
4. All Examples Explorer versions remain online for one year
5. CDN services through
speed.ext.net will remain online for one year, although we will try and leave online indefinitely
Schedule (December 15, 2024)
Until December 15, 2023, the full source code for Ext.NET is available to purchase for existing license holders. Within your organization, this will permit you to fix bugs, add new features, and make internal releases as required.
There are two options:
1. USD$1999/developer for existing Premium Support licenses
2. USD$2499/developer for existing non-Premium Support licenses
One Ext.NET source code license is required for each Ext.NET license that was originally purchased.
All Ext.NET license holders have been email a link to purchase the source code, or please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the request.
After December 15, 2023, the Ext.NET source code will not be available.
We’re closing this chapter with immense gratitude and would like to thank our community for your kind support over the years. Thank you.
All Ext.NET assets are for sale.
Please feel free to email email@example.com if you have any questions or comments.
Updates: Please see GitHub Issue #1879.