“We’re seeing an explosion in the amount of complex data sets our customers need to visualize and analyze in their web applications to make real-time operational decisions,” said Sencha CEO Art Landro. “Sencha gives enterprise developers everything they need to build data-intensive web applications faster using the Ext JS framework. Now with the Speedment partnership, we can dramatically improve the speed of accessing and displaying the underlying application data. ”
“Going forward, companies must not only visualize and analyze their data on the web, they want it faster, more comprehensive, more flexible and from different data sources,” said Carina Dreifeldt, Speedment CEO. “It is a pleasure to announce the Ext Speeder tool in partnership with Sencha, making it possible to build a superfast backend for an application grid in minutes.”
With Ext Speeder organizations can perform data queries against databases that contain up to 100 million elements, often in as little as ten milliseconds. Breakthrough speeds are achieved through the remote, in-memory object cache, reducing query times by as much as a factor of 10 without impacting load in the application frontend or on backend database servers. Backend developers no longer need to implement and maintain tedious REST API paths because the solution automatically creates comprehensive REST API endpoints from the relational database supporting the Ext JS application.
Sencha Ext JS users can leverage a comprehensive set of pre-tested and integrated components, including the market-leading grid. Ext JS also allows users to visualize and analyze the most complex data sets and deliver the right user experience on any device.
Ext Speeder is available now for download. To learn more, please visit: www.extspeeder.com.
For more information about Ext JS and the Sencha Web Application Lifecycle Management Platform, please visit: https://www.sencha.com/products/extjs/
To learn more about using Ext JS and Ext Speeder to dramatically improve the performance of web applications, please register for the upcoming webinar on August 11 at 10:00 a.m. PDT: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/11505/218125