The official Ext.NET 3.2 release, integrating Ext JS 5.1.1 is now available.
Although there are no ground breaking changes, some notable improvements and several bug fixes will undoubtedly enhance your Ext.NET applications and improve your development experience.
Deploy the new release into your application to greatly improve its overall quality and performance.
All quick fixes applied to work around various component issues since the last release have now been removed
Once again, our primary source of documentation, the Examples Explorer, has been thoroughly reviewed and is now completely up-to-date with a great number of fixes and improvements applied.
The Ext.NET Forums is the place of origin for most of the open issues. We are grateful to our customers and community for the continuous feedback, feature requests, and bug reports.
New ARIA Theme
The ARIA theme is a high-contrast theme that makes applications easier for visually impaired users to view. To incorporate it into your application, set the
<ext:ResourceManager runat="server" Theme="Aria" />
Visual Studio 2015 Support
A new solution file for Visual Studio 2015 (Ext.Net.vs2015.sln) has been included and tested with VS 2015 RC.
How To Get It
A separate ASP.NET MVC specific NuGet package of Ext.NET is available. Search for Ext.NET.MVC in the NuGet Package Manager, use the following console command to install, or download directly from Ext.NET.
A full list of new features, revisions and fixes for this release are available in the CHANGELOG.
Please feel free to post any technical support questions in the Forums, and we’ll be happy to assist.
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